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kidney stone

[′kid·nē ‚stōn]
(mineralogy)
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Lifetime risk in Saudi Arabia is 50 times higher than in the West.5 In the present study renal stones occurred mostly in third and fourth decade (69.08%), the age group more likely to be exposed to adverse environmental conditions, and correspond to studies conducted in other regions of Saudi Arabia.5 The male to female ratio was 8.1:1, which could be related to the culture in Saudi Arabia where men spend most of their time out-doors, while women stay in-doors.
Shock wave lithotripsy versus mini-percutaneous nephrolithotripsy for renal stones
The common causes of CKD identified in the patients included diabetic nephropathy 28% (140 patients), glomerulonephritis 22% (110 patients), hypertension 14.6% (73 patients), tubulo-interstitial disease 13.4% (67patients)and renal stone disease 8% (40 patients, he added.
Minimally invasive tract in percutaneous nephrolithotomy for renal stones. J Endourol 2010;24(10):1579-82.
Spectrum of renal stones composition; chemical analysis of renal stones.
There are scant data on the practice of IV fluid for treatment of renal stone passage.
(11) Another multivariate analysis of 2954 patients with renal stones treated with ESWL, revealed that patients aged > 40 years had significantly poorer stone-free rate.
CT incidentally revealed bilateral renal stones. You review his medical history and medication list.
Calcium stones are predominant renal stones comprising about 80% of all urinary calculi [29].
have developed a complex morphoconstitutional classification of renal stones which gives important hints on the pathogenesis of renal stones [1].
Namiki, "Invasive urothelial carcinoma within a calyceal diverticulum associated with renal stones: a case report," Oncology Letters, vol.