calcium oxalate


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calcium oxalate

[′kal·se·əm ′äk·sə‚lāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
CaC2O4·H2O A salt of oxalic acid in the form of white crystals that are insoluble in water.
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Conversion of calcium oxalate to calcium phosphate with recurrent stone episodes.
Test for the following urine characteristics in calcium oxalate stones or if stone type is unknown:
In our study, calcium oxalate crystals in the lung, in a case of aspergillosis from Aspergillus niger, stained light sea-green with MMPS, accompanied by loss of its bright birefringence.
In brushite stone formers, similar to calcium oxalate stone formers, there is evidence of cell injury and interstitial fibrosis in the inner medullary collecting ducts adjacent to apatite crystal deposits following gastric bypass surgery.
Calcium oxalate crystal interaction with renal tubular epithelium, mechanism of crystal adhesion and its impact on stone development.
Typically, calcium oxalate forms in the chlorine dioxide stages and calcium carbonate in the extraction stages.
The following have also been studied and do not affect our ability to estimate the age of rock paintings by 14C analysis: argon and oxygen sources; mass fractionation; calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, limestone, and calcium oxalate decompositions.
The brewing of beer from barley produces a sediment along the sides of fermentation and storage tanks that consists mainly of calcium oxalate, they point out.
The absence of Oxf from the GI-tract may be a risk factor for the development of hyperoxaluria and calcium oxalate kidney stones.
Stone analysis showed that in the diabetic group, pure uric acid stones were identified in 14 patients (63%), while mixed uric acid stones containing calcium oxalate were seen in 8 (36%).
Subsequently, the oxalate is excreted in the urine, increasing the risk of calcium oxalate stones.