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kidney stone

[′kid·nē ‚stōn]
(mineralogy)
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However, there is not enough evidence that these changes increase urinary calculus formation and it is unclear how to use these changes in our clinical practice.
Hyperoxaluria and hypercalciuria performed as the frequent form of metabolic disorders (30-60%), and urinary calculus contained calcium salts in of 80% of cases.
But much of what is said and done about canine urinary tract stone disease (also known as bladder stones, urolithiasis, urinary stones, ureteral stones, urinary calculi, ureteral calculi, or urinary calculus disease), including its causes and treatment, is either incorrect, ineffective, or potentially harmful.
For the routine visual interpretation of urinary calculus IR spectra, Hesse et al.
Chua et al (16) determined the diagnostic utility of CT scout film with an optimal non-contrast helical CT scan HU in predicting the appearance of urinary calculus in the plain kidney-ureter-urinary bladder (KUB) radiograph.
20,21) Menon (1998) stated that a urinary calculus "Announces" its presence with an acute episode of renal or ureteric colic and urolithiasis create symptoms only when they become trapped in some segment of urinary tract.
Ureteral calculus as a common type of urinary calculus has been experiencing elevated incidence rate recently.