Excretion of Oxalic Acid Following the Ingestion of Various Amounts of Oxalic Acid-Rich Foods
A slight elevation of urinary oxalate is more important as a risk factor for stone-formation than a corresponding rise in the urinary Ca. Therefore, dietary restriction of oxalic acid-rich foods for calcium oxalate stone-formers is an important measure in the prevention of stone recurrences. There is often disagreement on those foods that have to be restricted or avoided by stone-formers.
KeywordsOxalic Acid Urine Collection Stone Recurrence Oxalate Concentration Oxalate Excretion
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