The Effects of Various Therapeutic Agents on Urine Composition in Calcium Stone Formers during Follow-Up at an Out-Patient Stone Clinic
Several therapeutic regimens have been suggested for the prevention of recurrent renal calcium stone formation. Because a majority of stones produced in this disease is composed of calcium oxalate (CaOx) or mixed CaOx and calcium phosphate, most treatment programs have been designed in order to decrease the risk of CaOx crystallization.
KeywordsCalcium Phosphate Calcium Oxalate Urinary Stone Urinary Oxalate Calcium Stone
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