Reliability of a Single 24-Hour Urine Testing for the Detection of Abnormal Stone-Forming Risk Factors
There continues to be an important role for the medical evaluation and management of recurrent urolithiasis. Appropriate therapy depends upon identification of underlying physiologic or environmental defects which might account for the stone disease. Several protocols have been devised to investigate basic underlying metabolic and environmental abnormalities.
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