Neutral Potassium Phosphate and Thiazide: Combined Treatment in Recurrent Stone Formers
Urinary calculous disease accounts for a large number of hospital admissions yearly and calcium oxalate is the most common stone found. Current theories of calculogenesis suggest that stones form as a consequence of two pathologic processes: (1) urinary solute supersaturation and (2) ineffective inhibition as shown by Robertson1.
KeywordsCalcium Oxalate Stone Episode Thiazide Therapy Calcium Stone Disease Phosphate Therapy
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