The Influence of Gastrointestinal Anatomy on Oxalate Excretion and Kidney Stone Incidence in Patients with Enteric Hyperoxaluria
Jejunoileal bypass operations result in malabsorption with diarrhea, especially during the first postoperative year. Hyperoxaluria and increased risk of forming renal calculi have been found in these patients1,2.
KeywordsKidney Stone Renal Calculus Reference Limit Oxalate Excretion Intestinal Bypass
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