Methods: To choice 40 urinary calculi which were obtain by open surgery,the volume of stones were between 0.25 to 8 mL,all stones were examined by computed tomography and broken by air pressure lithotripsy.
Relation of phosphate to formation of calcium oxalate urinary calculi
Studies on the composition and structure of urinary calculi by infrared spectroscopy, polarizing microscopy and scanning electro
The infrared spectroscope, polarizing microscope and scanning electron microscope were used in the study of the composition and structure of urinary calculi.
Although the formation of urinary calculi was stopped in 94% of cases, a deterioration of renal function and hypertension was seen in symptomatic (12.5% and 9.2%, respectively) and oligosymptomatic patients (6.7% and 13.3%, respectively).
Heavy metals are incorporated in human urinary calculi during a complex pathological process.
The polymorphisms of VDR gene Taq1, Apa1 and Fok1 were detected using PCR-RFLP technique and the correlation were analyzed between the polymorphism and urinary calculus or between the polymorphism and hypercalciuria.
Survey on acupuncture treatment of urinary calculus and renal colic
Analyzed 74 articles relevant to urinary calculus and renal colic.
The formation of mixed crystal phases must be considered one of the main factors for the stabilisation of Weddelite in the urinary calculus.
We previously reported the importance of osteopontin (OPN) in the formation of urinary calculus.
Of the composite trace elements nine were selected to test their effect on the kinetics of calcium oxalate crystallization in artificial and in urinary stone patient's urine, and in experimental animals respectively.
Report on the Fifth Jena Urinary Stone Symposium 16th-17th September 1977
This new technique was shown to be of significant value in studying the role of oxalate in urinary stone disease.
Sodium orthophosphate hydrate (NA3PO4·12H2O): A new type of human urinary stone
This appears to be the first description of sodium phosphate crystal in a human urinary stone.