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Synonyms for nephrolithiasis

the presence of kidney stones (calculi) in the kidney

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(21-24) More interestingly, patients with above stated comorbidities appeared to have a higher risk of nephrolithiasis. (25,26)
One study found a 25% discordance rate between stone composition in patients who had bilateral nephrolithiasis. Most algorithms follow that once two analyses show sufficiently similar stone constituents; no further chemical analysis is warranted in future recurrences.
Yue, "The selective NADPH oxidase inhibitor apocynin has potential prophylactic effects on melamine-related nephrolithiasis in vitro and in vivo," Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, vol.
Diet, fluid, or supplement for secondary prevention of nephrolithiasis: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials.
The guidelines recommend pharmacologic monotherapy with a thiazide diuretic, citrate, or allopurinol to prevent recurrent nephrolithiasis in patients with active disease in which increased fluid intake fails to reduce the formation of stones.
Ceftriaxone associated nephrolithiasis: a prospective study in 284 children.
With the continued threat of climate change, it is important to quantify the impact of temperature on nephrolithiasis. High daily temperatures increase the risk of cardiopulmonary death (Guo et al.
Nephrolithiasis is observed markedly less commonly, and stones usually consist of calcium phosphate or calcium oxalate [2].
Approximately 25% of patients experienced nephrolithiasis at some stage of the disease.
The reason for such an inertia in the implementation in many laboratories of the FTIR method while continuing to use qualitative chemical tests most likely resides in the uncertainty on whether an accurate characterization of the stone composition is really useful for the metaphylaxis of nephrolithiasis [9].
Jindawong, "Orthosiphon versus placebo in nephrolithiasis with multiple chronic complaints: a randomized control trial," Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol.
Nephrolithiasis is a common urinary problem with a worldwide estimated prevalence rate of 4-20% and a 5-year recurrence rate of 50%.
Nephrolithiasis one of the most common diseases of the childhood.
Chapters are by a global group of orthopedists, radiologists, endocrinologists, geneticists, oncologists, and metabolism and other medical specialists and cover molecular, cellular, and genetic determinants of bone structure and formation; skeletal physiology; mineral homeostasis; investigation; osteoporosis; disorders of mineral homeostasis; cancer; sclerosing and dysplastic bone diseases; nephrolithiasis; and oral and maxillofacial biology and pathology.
Therefore, there is growing evidence suggesting long distance running confers an increased risk in the formation of nephrolithiasis.