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To investigate the risk for the development of urolithiasis in 30 children with urolithiasis, 36 children with isolated hematuria, and 15 healthy control children, 24-h urinary excretion of calcium, sodium, oxalate, citrate, sulfate, phosphate, magnesium, urate, chloride, ammonium, and glycosaminoglycans was determined and urine saturation for calcium(More)
An imbalance between urinary-promoting and -inhibiting factors has been suggested as more important in urinary stone formation than a disturbance of any single substance. To investigate the value of promoter/inhibitor ratios for estimation of the risk of urolithiasis, urinary citrate/calcium, magnesium/calcium oxalate, and oxalate/citrate x(More)
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