Bladder Stone Disease in Udaipur (Southern Part of Rajasthan, India)
The prevalence of bladder stone disease in the Udaipur region of India was ascertained by survey of hospital records from 1971 to 1985 and by a census survey of two primary health centers in this region. Urine chemistry of 24-h urine samples from 59 bladder-stone patients maintained on a standard hospital diet was studied by estimating Ca, oxalate, phosphate, magnesium, and citric acid.
KeywordsCitric Acid Calcium Excretion Primary Health Center Urinary Parameter Urine Chemistry
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