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If a calculus is felt in the vesical orifice of the ureter, it should be extracted; and in certain cases in which there are strong grounds for believing that the cause of the obstruction was a calculus impacted in the ureter, too high to be felt from the bladder and too low to be reached through the kidney, abdominal section, followed by the excision of the impacted calculus, will be justifiaV)le and correct hindi treatment.