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the formation of stones (calculi) in an internal organ

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The major advantages of bladder augmentation with uroepithelium are mainly related to the absence of mucus production, with a decreased likelihood of urinary infection and lithiasis.
Diagnosis of giant salivary lithiasis is often straightforward from a thorough history and examination.
In order to benefit human populations phytate-rich foods need to be available and utilised in diets, particu larly in first world countries where cancer, diabetes, renal lithiasis and other diseases are rife.
Urinary obstruction may be a primary cause of renal injury in renal lithiasis, but subsequent urinary tract infection often occurs and causes further renal injury.
Apolipoproteins A-I and B as predictors of complications in gallbladder lithiasis surgical patients.
Prospective controlled study of endoscopic ultrasonography and endoscopic retrograde cholangiography in patients with suspected common-bileduct lithiasis.
Many other presentations have been since described, including lithiasis nephrologica.
In addition to respiratory and gastrointestinal problems, adult patients may experience complications including diabetes, liver disease, intestinal polyps, rectal prolapse, infertility, pancreatitis, pneumothorax, biliary lithiasis, skeletal defects such as kyphosis and increased incidence of fracture, and psychological manifestations.
Kidney stones disease - also known as Renal Lithiasis, Urolithiasis or Nephrolithiasis - is one of the most painful urological conditions afflicting the urinary tract, and also one of the most common.
LAPAROSCOPIC SURGICAL PROCEDURES II-37 Laparoscopic Bariatric Procedures II-37 Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy II-37 Laparoscopic Antireflux Procedure II-38 Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy II-38 Laparoscopic Appendectomy II-38 Laparoscopic Hernia Repair II-38 Laparoscopic Splenectomy II-39 Laparoscopic Cancer Treatment II-39 Other Laparoscopic Procedures II-39 Malrotation II-39 Peritoneal Implants II-39 Rectal Prolapse II-39 Rectal Tumor II-40 Renal Lithiasis II-40 8.
It is assumed that the cause of the lithiasis is due to metabolic disorders of the body.
49 Most patients had one or more associated genitourinary conditions such as prostatic hyperplasia (patients 4 and 7), lithiasis (patients 2 and 5), indwelling Foley catheter (patients 1 and 3), urinary tract infections (patients 1, 6, and 7), irritable bladder symptoms (patients 3 and 4), and urethral strictures (patient 7).
Adenine phosphoribosyltransferase deficiency: 2,8-dihydroxyadenine lithiasis.
Likewise, authors have indicated this plant for renal calcium and urate lithiasis dissolution and the treatment of urinary infection and urinary bladder dyscinesia (Alliota et al.