Prevalence of Permanent Idiopathic Hypocitraturia in Calcium Stone Formers
We retrospectively analyzed the frequency and peristence as well as the cause of hypocitraturia in 309 idiopathic Ca stone formers (205 males and 104 females) followed at Necker Hospital from January, 1983 until June, 1987. All subjects underwent serial determinations of daily urinary citrate excretion (UCitV).
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