kidney stone

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kidney stone

[′kid·nē ‚stōn]
(mineralogy)
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The low citrate and elevated calcium in the urine can lead to the creation of calcium stones
Calcium stones are the most common and occur in two major forms: calcium phosphate and calcium oxalate.
Uric acid stone formers also had a significantly higher total points score when compared to calcium stone formers (188.
Therefore we recommend that metabolic evaluation of every urinary stone former should be done especially in calcium stone formers those who have recurrent stones multiple stones or bilateral stones at their first presentation and in children.
The dietary habits of idiopathic calcium stone formers and normal control subjects.
Unlike calcium stones, cystine stones tend to develop in younger children.
No scientific data supports the feasibility of calcium stone chemolysis, to our knowledge.
In actual fact, the most usual kidney stone is a calcium stone, which is composed mainly of calcium oxalate.
They were required to have produced at least one calcium stone and to have no diseases other than stones.
The cause of idiopathic calcium stone disease: hypercalciuria or hyperoxaluria?
Uric acid has been found to worsen the incidence of calcium stone episodes in as many as 30 percent of patients with calcium stones.