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Hyperoxaluric Calcium Urolithiasis

  • Charles Y. C. Pak
Part of the Topics in Bone and Mineral Disorders book series (TOHE)

Abstract

Hyperoxaluria may be either primary, consequent to an accelerated in vivo synthesis of oxalate, or secondary, associated particularly with certain gastrointestinal diseases. Since primary hyperoxaluria 1–4 is rare, this chapter will deal principally with the more common enteric hyperoxaluria.

Keywords

Bile Acid Stone Formation Urinary Oxalate Jejunoileal Bypass Oxalate Absorption 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Charles Y. C. Pak
    • 1
  1. 1.The University of Texas Health Science CenterDallasUSA

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