Studies on Socio-Economic, Personal and Family Profile along with Food Habits of Patients with Kidney Stones
AbstractAmong urinary tract disorders kidney stone is of paramount importance. The incidence of kidney stone is rising not only in developing countries but also in the developed countries. The exact etiology of renal stone disease is difficult to ascertain due to its multi-factorial nature. The main factors are low urinary volume and high urinary concentration due to warm climate or low intake of water, consumption of calcium, phosphorous, oxalates and purine rich diet and urine infection and stagnation.
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