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However, higher stone-free rates were found with laparoscopic ureterolithotomy and percutaneous nephrolithotomy.
Nephrolithiasis developed in 18,777 healthy men during 1,184,654 person-years of follow-up.
Differences in the effect of heat on evaporative water loss may help explain the disparity in kidney stone risk between men and women.
A single-center study found that most staghorn stones have a metabolic composition rather than an infectious cause.
Likelihood of stone passage in patients on medical expulsive therapy is based on variables such as stone size and location and white blood cell count.
Finding could explain the association between obesity and diabetes and the development of kidney stones.
Adult patients with horseshoe kidneys have an estimated kidney stone incidence of 59%.
Whether all recurrent stone formers benefit from 24-hour urine collection has not been established.
Patients with multiple sclerosis are more likely to form calcium phosphate stones and struvite stones.
Researchers suggest that early treatment of some ureteral stones is preferable.
Formal ultrasonography by a radiologist may encourage less computerized tomography preoperatively.
Cleveland Clinic study found a 4-fold greater prevalence of nephrolithiasis among children with asthma compared with the general pediatric population.
Only 1% of patients develop kidney stones after kidney transplantation.
After multivariate adjustment there was no statistically significant association between vitamin D intake and risk of stones in the follow-up study.
Mean levels of total serum testosterone and serum dihydrotestosterone were significantly higher in urolithiasis cases compared with controls.
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