Diet for Kidney Stones

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Can Urol Assoc J  2018 May 28  

Metabolic evaluation guidelines in patients with nephrolithiasis: Are they being followed? Results of a national, multi-institutional quality assessment study.

Harmouch SS, Abou-Haidar H, Elhawary H, Grgic T, Lantz AG, Lee JY, Chew BH, Andonian S, Bhojani N

The significant cost burden of kidney stones underscores the importance of best clinical practice in kidney stone management. We evaluated adherence t... Read More

Source: PubMed


Int J Paleopathol    

Identifying small pelvic inclusions through SEM technology.

González-Reimers E, González-Arnay E, Castañeyra-Ruiz M, Arnay-de-la-Rosa M

Tiny calcified structures may be occasionally recovered during excavation of human skeletal remains. Since taphonomic processes may displace these str... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Urol.  2018 Jun 22  

Short term changes in urinary relative supersaturation predict recurrence of kidney stones: a tool to guide preventive measures in urolithiasis.

Ferraro PM, Ticinesi A, Meschi T, Rodgers A, Di Maio F, Fulignati P, Borghi L, Gambaro G

Kidney stone disease is characterized by a relatively high rate of recurrence. In our study, we analyzed the association between RSS and the risk of s... Read More

Source: PubMed

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To avoid kidney stones limit your potassium intake...Avoid foods which are high in potassium..Fruits and vegetables are high in potassium..so have your servings limited

Good article, kidney stones are very painful, most of them are build up of calcium oxalate. They are usually a result of poor diets that may contain to much animal protein, bad fats, excess sodium, etc. try and stay away from proceed foods. Most of the time it requires a diet change.

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I had a kidney stone and the lab results showed it was full of calcium. All the dr said was to drink LOTS of water. I already drink a lot of water so what else can I do?

Dear Sir/madam,
I fell seriously ill n was admitted for 10 dayz in d hospital, I noticed that my left belly side was swollen so I did C.T scan of abdomen and pelvis, in the result, the liver is normal size, the pancreas is normal is size and shape but Intraparechymal calcus seen in left kidney measuring 1.0cm

Good morning Sir i have mild hydroureternphrosis what i mean and how to get treatment from this and what are the safety pricautions to be taken

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