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  • n. presence of calculi in kidneys

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  • n. The formation of calculi in the substance or in the pelvis of the kidney.

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  • n. the presence of kidney stones (calculi) in the kidney


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  • The medical term for this condition is nephrolithiasis, or renal stone disease.

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  • They diagnosed cystitis and then they diagnosed nephrolithiasis & then they diagnosed Malta fever with ovarian complications & then they went all hush-hush while they diagnosed a tuberculous infection so that I couldn't possibly guess what they were testing for.

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  • If signs or symptoms of nephrolithiasis occur, consider temporary interruption or discontinuation. diabetes mellitus and hyperglycemia have been reported in patients treated with protease inhibitor therapy.

  • [3] Boscolo-Berto R. R.: Epidemiology of nephrolithiasis in personnel returning from operation Iraqi Freedom.

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  • Inhibition supplementation with cranberry concentrate tablets may of Helicobacter pylori and associated urease by oregano increase the risk of nephrolithiasis.

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  • Mission Pharmacal continues to invest in research and development to improve treatment outcomes of nephrolithiasis (kidney stones) for physicians and patients.

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  • From September 24 through October 23, 2008, we screened 1129 children in Taiwan who had possible exposure to contaminated formula, investigating the clinical symptoms and risk factors for nephrolithiasis.

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  • The article by Guan et al. ,1 the accompanying editorial by Langman,2 and the letter to the Editor by Wang et al. 3 (all in the March 12 issue) provide information about the epidemiology of pediatric nephrolithiasis caused by melamine poisoning.

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  • Researchers found that cases of pediatric nephrolithiasis nearly doubled with when infants were exposed to

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  • Keep in mind that the researchers found that the risk of nephrolithiasis increased with duration of exposure.


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