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September 17, 2017 at 8:19 pm #1540
An x-ray can detect some forms of stones, but not uric acid. Usually a CT scan or a cystoscopy is necessary to detect them. Sometimes an x-ray or ultrasound can see the area being affected by the stone, but not really the stone itself.
I hope you learn something on Monday, this ordeal has already lasted too long.