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ABC’s of medical management of STONES.

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‘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

Demographic, Dietary, and Urinary Factors and 24-h Urinary Calcium Excretion

Background and objectives: Higher urinary calcium is a risk factor for nephrolithiasis. This study delineated associations between demographic, dietary, and urinary factors and 24-h urinary calcium. Design, setting, participants, & measurements: Cross-sectional studies were conducted of 2201 stone formers (SF) and 1167 nonstone formers (NSF) in the Health Professionals Follow-up Study (men) and Nurses’ Health … Leggi tutto

Which Diet for Calcium Stone Patients: A Real-World Approach to Preventive Care

 The aim of this review is to give patient-tailored dietary suggestions whatever the level of clinical and biochemistry evaluation. This can help to deliver a useful recommendation, while avoiding excessive dietary restrictions especially when they are not based on a specific diagnosis, and therefore potentially useless or even harmful. We focused our attention on calcium … Leggi tutto

Role of the Calcium-Sensing Receptor in Reducing the Risk for Calcium Stones

ight control of blood Ca2 levels within a narrow range is essential for the performance of vital physiologic functions. Muscle contraction, neuronal excitation, and intracellular signaling processes acquisitively require Ca2. It is the concerted action of intestine, bone, and kidney that controls the Ca2 balance through the regulation of intestinal absorption, bone (de)mineralization, and renal … Leggi tutto