kidney stone

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kidney stone

[′kid·nē ‚stōn]
(mineralogy)
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People who form calcium stones used to be told to avoid dairy products and other foods with high calcium content.
* Foods rich in animal proteins -- such as meat, eggs, and fish -- contain purines and can increase the risk of uric acid stones and calcium stones.
"A high animal protein intake causes a significant increase in the urinary excretion of calcium, oxalate, and uric add, 3 of the 6 main urinary risk factors for calcium stone formation." (16)
Stone composition was defined as uric acid or calcium stones based on its predominance (>50%).
Calcium stones also are very common and occur in two forms: calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate.
*Avoid pickles, other salty foods, and sprinkling of salt on food during meals (especially for prevention of calcium stones).
Calcium stones are also very common and occur in two forms: calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate.
Among the four major types of stones, calcium stones are the most common and occur in two major forms: calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate.
Lemon juice can help raise citrate levels in the body, which in turn can inhibit the formation of calcium stones.
Unlike calcium stones, cystine stones tend to develop in younger children.
Metabolic syndrome and the risk of calcium stones. Nephrol Dial Transplant.