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Management of de novo nephrolithiasis after kidney transplantation: a comprehensive review from the European Renal Association CKD-MBD working group

The lifetime incidence of kidney stones is 6%–12% in the general population. Nephrolithiasis is a known cause of acute and chronic kidney injury, mediated via obstructive uropathy or crystal-induced nephropathy, and several modifiable and non-modifiable genetic and lifestyle causes have been described. Evidence for epidemiology and management of nephrolithiasis after kidney transplantation is limited by … Leggi tutto

Calcium Oxalate Nephrolithiasis and Gut Microbiota: Not just a Gut-Kidney Axis. A Nutritional Perspective

Recent studies have shown that patients with kidney stone disease, and particularlycalcium oxalate nephrolithiasis, exhibit dysbiosis in their fecal and urinary microbiota comparedwith controls. The alterations of microbiota go far beyond the simple presence and representation ofOxalobacter formigenes, a well-known symbiont exhibiting a marked capacity of degrading dietaryoxalate and stimulating oxalate secretion by the gut … Leggi tutto

Kidney Stone Academy

Un corso on line, oramai non più FAD, sulla Fisiopatologia della Calcolosi Renale. GLi AA sono la sicurezza che il corso vale assolutamente la pena di essere visto. https://medicalfree.it/corso/fisiopatologia-della-calcolosi-renale Marco Lombardi

Primary Hyperoxaluria

Primary hyperoxaluria is a rare autosomal recessive disorder involving the overproduction of oxalate by the liver that may go undiagnosed for years. Early symptoms include nephrocalcinosisand nephrolithiasis. As kidney function worsens, systemic oxalate deposition may occur, including in the joints,bones, eyes, and skin. … n engl j med 386;10 nejm.org March 10, 2022 0

‘Bad dietary habits’ and recurrent calcium oxalate nephrolithiasis

Case report: A 32-year-old truck driver had previously been treated with allopurinol because of hyperuricaemia and gouty =Protein consumption (g/day) arthritis. After having first formed a kidney stone at (adapted from [5]); age 20, he had passed calculi annually for 8 years before he finally underwent ESWL for bilateral radio- it amounted to 108.1 g … Leggi tutto

DASH-Style Diet and 24-Hour Urine Composition

Background and objectives: We previously observed associations between a Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH)-style diet and large reductions in kidney stone risk. This study examined associations between a DASH-style diet and 24-hour excretions of urinary lithogenic factors. Conclusions: A DASH-style diet may reduce stone risk by increasing urinary citrate and volume. The small associations … Leggi tutto

Metabolic Evaluation and Recurrence Prevention for Urinary Stone Patients: EAU Guidelines

Context: An optimum metabolic evaluation strategy for urinary stone patients has not been clearly defined. Objective: To evaluate the optimum strategy for metabolic stone evaluation and management to prevent recurrent urinary stones. Evidence acquisition: Several databases were searched to identify studies on the metabolic evaluation and prevention of stone recurrence in urolithiasis patients. Special interest … Leggi tutto

Medical Management of Kidney Stones: AUA Guideline

Purpose: The purpose of this guideline is to provide a clinical framework for the diagnosis, prevention and follow-up of adult patients with kidney stones based on the best available published literature. Conclusions: A variety of medications and dietary measures have been evaluated with greater or less rigor for their efficacy in reducing recurrence rates in … Leggi tutto