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Prevalence of Nephrolithiasis in China: chemical analysis and variation with age/sex a cohort study

 
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dx.doi.org/10.18081/2333-5106/015-08/523-533
American Journal of BioMedicine Volume 3, Issue 08, pages 523-533
Received: May 21, 2015; accepted: July 10, 2015; published: August 24, 2015


Cheng Chen,  Guo-Wei Feng,  Hui  Zeng,  Shiheng Zhanga mail of corresponding author

Abstract

Nephrolithiasis are the third most common affliction of the urinary tract, they are exceeded by urinary tract infection and prostate pathological condition. Using analytical files (2005-2014), we investigated patients with nephrolithiasis and abnormal urine biochemistries on 24-hour urine collection. The study included (568 male and 212 female) and all ages (8 – 60 year) were diagnosed with Nephrolithiasis. All patients were treated conservatively or by intervention (ESWL, ureteroscopy, PNL, or open surgical therapy). Chemical analysis was performed. The prevalence and clinical correlates of monogenic NS in this sporadically affected cohort.

Keywords: Prevalence, Nephrolithiasis, China

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