kidney stone

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kidney stone

[′kid·nē ‚stōn]
(mineralogy)
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1), (6) which has the capability of predicting uric acid over calcium stones.
For each population, patients were divided in two groups: uric acid versus calcium stones and then compared for demographic data, urinary parameters, and total points.
8) Calcium stones and osteoporosis are common pathologies, especially after the fourth or fifth decade of life, (1) and the relationship between them has been previously recognized.
Bone and metabolic markers in women with recurrent calcium stones.
Urine pH in renal calcium stone formers who do and do not increase stone phosphate content with time.
In fact, the most common kidney stone is a calcium stone, which is composed primarily of calcium oxalate.
To prevent calcium stones that form in hyperparathyroid patients, a surgeon may remove part or all of the parathyroid glands (located in the neck).
Head of the archaeological national mission Abdullah Bassal said that the cemetery is unique since it was built of calcium stones and its ceiling was a semicircle dome where most of the discovered cemeteries were dug in stones.
The study, conducted by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, suggests that the citrate and malate content in commonly consumed sodas may be sufficient to inhibit the development of calcium stones.
A discussion between the patient and the practitioner regarding compliance with dietary recommendations and compliance with the less commonly required stone-preventing medications is recommended prior to proceeding with a detailed evaluation in uncomplicated calcium stone disease patients.
Chandhoke has shown that the metabolic evaluation of the first-time calcium stone former without risks based on historical factors is often normal, or the only finding is a low urinary volume.