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Synonyms for calculus

an incrustation that forms on the teeth and gums

the branch of mathematics that is concerned with limits and with the differentiation and integration of functions

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Table-II: Frequency and percentages of various calculi depending upon the size and location in urinary tract and positivity rate of urine analysis in each category.
Salivary calculi consist primarily of calcium phosphate, carbonate hydroxyapatite in combination with an organic matrix of glycoproteins, and mucopolysaccharides.
Impaired renal function was more pronounced in active workers and depended on blood lead levels in addition to presence of metal in renal calculi.
Right lateral survey radiograph revealed multiple radiodense calculi in urinary bladder and urethra (Fig.
15The therapy for the renal stone disease is also based on analysis of calculi.
Primary vaginal calculi occur from vaginal pooling of urine due to a urethrovaginal fistula, or in bedridden women due to neurogenic voiding dysfunction and other reasons (2-4).
Conclusion: The three surgical methods for impacted upper ureteral calculi should be selected according to practical conditions to improve therapeutic effects and to ensure safe surgery.
The Part I discusses the logical calculi behind the association rules.
In this paper, computational calculi that have been proposed to formalize some musical applications to solve musical and improvisation problems, and to prove properties in music are briefly described.
1) Within this category was the inclusion of renal calculi which was reported to rarely present to a chiropractic clinic.
88% of salivary calculi are reported to be less than 10mm in size (3) with review of the literature showing the occurrence of abnormally large (>15mm) salivary calculi to be rare.
The great majority of salivary calculi (80%) occur in the subman- dibular gland and in the duct.
Bilateral multiple parotid calculi are rare entity.