February 1993, Volume 43, Issue 2

Editorial

RENAL STONES

Nuzhat Rafiq

Most common kidney stones are of calcium oxa­late1, 10 to 12% of them contain uric acid2, while most have small amount of hydroxyappetite. Stones containing struvite, pure uric acid, com­bination of hydroxyappetite and calcium

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