Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A diseased condition resulting from the formation of calculi in the urinary tract.

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  • n. Presence of calculi in the urinary tract.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as lithiasis .

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  • This herbal medication is extremely effective in assuaging numerous urinary diseases such as, urolithiasis which is caused due to the agglomeration of calculi in the urinary tract causing obstruction in the passage of urine.

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  • This a role for the consumption of cranberry juice work has not yet been extended to humans. in the management of urolithiasis (kidney Cranberry juice itself as well as other stones).

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  • High oxalate intake resulting from consuming supplemental doses of cinnamon and turmeric may increase risk of hyperoxaluria, a significant risk factor for urolithiasis.

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  • Currently there is increased attention towards cumulative radiation exposure in patients with urolithiasis.

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  • Children with urolithiasis represent a high-risk group and we maintain that every effort should be made to render them stone-free.

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  • Moreover, the incidences of hematuria and leukocyturia in children with urolithiasis were lower than those in the study by Coward et al.,

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  • In this study, using two different statistical models, we found that exposure to high-melamine formula increased the risk of urolithiasis among young children.

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  • The results indicate that most children with melamine-associated urolithiasis had nonspecific symptoms and urinary findings.

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  • Affected children lacked typical signs and symptoms of urolithiasis.

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  • Patients who had urinary stones without other urinary tract abnormalities and who had been exposed to melamine-contaminated formula for 30 days or more were considered to have melamine-associated urolithiasis.

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