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Urolithiasis and Related Clinical Research

  • Paul O. Schwille
  • Lynwood H. Smith
  • William G. Robertson
  • Winfried Vahlensieck

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxx
  2. General Aspects

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Genetics

      1. M. H. Gault, T. O’Toole, J. M. Wilson, R. H. Payne, T. H. Ittel, A. Simmons et al.
        Pages 9-12
      2. J. Costello, E. Al-Dabagh, M. Bentley, N. Fituri, A. Watson, B. Keogh
        Pages 17-20
      3. B. Wikström, U. Backman, B. G. Danielson, B. Fellström, K. Holmgren, G. Johansson et al.
        Pages 21-24
      4. A. Hesse, A. Classen, K. Klocke, W. Vahlensieck
        Pages 25-27
    3. Epidemiology

    4. Nutrition

      1. B. Fellström, B. G. Danielson, B. Karlström, H. Lithell, S. Ljunghall, B. Vessby
        Pages 73-76
      2. R. A. J. Conyers, A. M. Rofe, W. Bais
        Pages 81-84
      3. Y. M. Fazil Marickar, D. Joseph, P. B. Abraham
        Pages 89-92
      4. D. N. Churchill, J. Morgan, M. H. Gault
        Pages 93-94
    5. Environment

      1. W. Vahlensieck
        Pages 97-103
      2. P. M. Ilievski, S. S. Ilievska
        Pages 105-107
  3. Gastrointestinal Physiology and Pathophysiology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 109-109
    2. B. Pinto, M. A. Vilanova, F. J. Ruiz-Marcellan, J. Bernshtam
      Pages 135-138
    3. B. Nordenvall, D. Hallberg, L. Larsson, C.-E. Nord
      Pages 139-142
    4. L. Backman, U. Backman, B. G. Danielson, B. Nordenvall
      Pages 143-146
    5. H. S. Talwar, M. S. R. Murthy, S. K. Thind, R. Nath
      Pages 147-150
    6. S. K. Thind, V. Sharma, S. Farooqui, R. Nath
      Pages 151-154
    7. S. K. Thind, S. Farooqui, A. Mahmood, R. Gupta, R. Nath
      Pages 155-158
  4. Renal Physiology and Pathophysiology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 159-159
    2. E. Slatopolsky, Y. L. Chan, K. J. Martin
      Pages 161-168
    3. N. L. M. Wong, G. A. Quamme, J. H. Dirks
      Pages 169-172
    4. P. Deetjen
      Pages 181-188
    5. R. Hautmann, H. Osswald
      Pages 193-200
    6. F. Hering, G. Lueoend, T. Briellmann, A. Guggenheim, H. Seiler, G. Rutishauser
      Pages 205-208
    7. R. G. Willis, R. Green, C. Gordon, N. J. Blacklock
      Pages 209-212
  5. Metabolism

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 217-217
    2. B. Nordenvall, L. Backman, L. Larsson
      Pages 219-222
    3. A. Borsatti, G. Gambaro, F. Marchini, E. Cicerello, B. Baggio
      Pages 223-224

About these proceedings

Introduction

Urolithiasis is a common disorder which is recognised in most parts of the world and occurs in both man and animals. The multifactorial nature of the problem requires an interdisciplinary approach which has always been a feature of this series of International Symposia which started in Leeds in 1968 and has progressed at four-yearly intervals through Madrid, Davos and Williamsburg. The latest Meeting, at Garmisch-Partenkirchen in April 1984, involved 302 participants from all five continents. The major emphasis of the Meeting was to blend the basic and clinical research on urolithiasis. Comprehensive reviews of the major areas of current research were presented by invited speakers, all internationally recognized experts in their fields. From more than 250 submitted abstracts, 18 were selected for oral presentation and the remainder presented at three afternoon poster sessions which provided an opportunity for informal and more lengthy discussions of the work on display. The Meeting also included three ad hoc Evening Discussions on how to approach various unsolved questions in the clinical and laboratory evaluation of stone patients and four Round Table Discussions involving specialists in the field who debated the theoretical aspects of stone formation in the urinary tract, the measurement of inhibitory activity of urine, the treatment of idiopathic stones with drugs, and the nature and treatment of stones arising from urinary tract infection.

Keywords

biochemistry cell chemistry clinic growth heredity infection kidney nutrition pathology pathophysiology physiology radiography surgery therapy

Editors and affiliations

  • Paul O. Schwille
    • 1
  • Lynwood H. Smith
    • 2
  • William G. Robertson
    • 3
  • Winfried Vahlensieck
    • 4
  1. 1.University HospitalErlangenFederal Republic of Germany
  2. 2.Mayo ClinicRochesterUSA
  3. 3.The General InfirmaryLeedsEngland
  4. 4.University HospitalBonnFederal Republic of Germany

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