Alcohol as an Epidemiological Risk in Urolithiasis
Changing life styles consequent to economic growth and dietary habits have been suggested as factors in the increasing incidence of urolithiasis in industrialized countries. A possible relationship between stone-formation and increased ingestion of animal protein1 as well as increased sugar consumption2 have been suggested.
KeywordsAlcohol Consumption Uric Acid Urinary Excretion Serum Uric Acid Uric Acid Level
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