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Glycose aminoglycane excretion and concentration in the urine of patients with frequently recurrent calcium-oxalate lithiasis prior to and following Diclofenac-Na therapy
SummaryExcretion and concentration of glycose aminoglycans were measured in 19 patients with frequent relapses of calcium-oxalate lithiasis, prior to and two weeks after onset of Diclofenac-NaExpand
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Adsorption and Aggregation of C8E4 and C8G1 Nonionic Surfactants on Hydrophilic Silica Studied by Calorimetry
The critical micelle concentrations and the enthalpies of micelle formation of n-octyl tetraethylene glycol monoether (C8E4) and n-octyl β-d-monoglucoside (C8G1) in water have been determined atExpand
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Clinical results in the treatment of therapy-resistant calcium-stone formers with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
Long-lasting success was obtained in the treatment of 8 therapy-resistant, frequently relapsing calcium-stone formers with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Over the period of treatmentExpand
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A Gel Model for Measuring Crystallization Inhibitor Activities
We devised a simple and economical technique for measuring crystallization inhibitory activities. Calcium ions and oxalate ions diffuse towards one another from two adjacent wells in a layer of gelExpand
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Influence of different factors on the formation of calcium oxalate stones. I. Discriminant analytical computations of morphological parameters of the pelvic-calyceal systems of calcium oxalate stone
Until now almost exclusively clinicochemical urine parameters have been used to determine the risk of urinary stone formation. In part I of this study, pelvic-calyceal systems of healthy persons andExpand
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Influence of different factors on the formation of calcium oxalate stones. II. Discriminant analytical computations of morphological parameters of pelvic-calyceal systems and clinicochemical urine
Until now almost exclusively clinicochemical urine parameters have been used to determine the risk of urinary stone formation. In part I of this study pelvic-calyceal systems of healthy persons andExpand
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[Diclofenac-Na--an alternative treatment possibility in therapy-resistant calcium oxalate urolithiasis?].
In a prospective study, the influence of sole Diclofenac-Na therapy (3 X 25 mg Rewodina, Voltaren) on the calculus recurrence rate of eight frequently relapsing and therapy resistant calcium-oxalateExpand
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Stabilizing Factors for Uric Acid Dihydrate — A Contribution to Uric Acid Stone Formation
Recently several authors, by investigations of the topographical phase distribution in uroliths, were able to demonstrate uric acid dihydrate (UAD) in the outer parts of uric acid concrements1Expand
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[Possibilities and limits in the treatment of cystine calculus diathesis with high-dose ascorbic acid. Results of a combined study with 17 patients].
17 cystine stone patients were treated with high doses of ascorbic acid (5 g p. d.). During the observation period, a total of only two natural passages of cystine stones could be observed. For fiveExpand
[Personal experiences in the long-term treatment of cystine lithiasis with high-dose ascorbic acid].
We report on our experience with 9 cystine-lithiasis patients who were treated with large doses of ascorbic acid (5 g/day) for periods ranging from 6-27 months. We observed recidive lithogenesis inExpand