kidney stone

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kidney stone

[′kid·nē ‚stōn]
(mineralogy)
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Conclusions: Although stone size, proximal location, and severe pain, as indicated by higher opioid doses, were associated with the need for intervention, the degree of obstruction did not influence the management of patients with CT-defined urinary calculi.
This study selected 134 cases of patients with upper urinary calculi from Luoyang Central Hospital affiliated to Zhengzhou University from January 2012 to January 2014.
Composition of urinary calculi related to urinary tract infection.
Although castration at an early age is less traumatic and easily performed, but this will make the male animals more prone to urinary calculi and dysuria as the urethra does not meet its normal anatomic size at this age.
Bilateral urinary calculi with discordant stone composition.
Laboratory data suggested that the patient had no risk factors for urinary calculi.
From the 94 workers, 18 of them (19% of the sample) reported having had at least one episode of urinary calculi since the beginning of their activities in civil construction.
Although I am unaware of a similar study on goats and urinary calculi, a study done in cattle showed that although bulls and steers can both get calculi, bulls are more likely to pass a stone that would obstruct a steer's urethra.
8% of the upper urinary calculi contained uric acid.
It has been recommended that the analysis of stone composition should be considered as an integral part of evaluation in those with urinary calculi.
46%) patients had underlying obstructing urinary calculi.
A previous study have demonstrated that urolithiasis usually occurs between the third and fourth decades of an individual's life, and that the prevalence rate varies considerably according to age, while peak incidence of urinary calculi is from twenties to the forties.