Bilateral nephrocalcinosis in primary hyperoxaluria type 1

@article{Mansoor2016BilateralNI,
  title={Bilateral nephrocalcinosis in primary hyperoxaluria type 1},
  author={C. Mansoor and A. Jemshad and D. Milliner and N. Bhushan},
  journal={Indian Journal of Nephrology},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={383 - 384}
}
A 31-year-old male presented with recurrent renal stones from the age of 12 years and renal failure secondary to nephrolithiasis on hemodialysis for the past 6 years. He had been born of a consanguineous union and one out of his five siblings also had a history of renal failure secondary to nephrolithiasis. He had moderate anemia. Abdominal X-ray showed bilateral nephrocalcinosis with multiple stones [Figure 1a, upper panel]. Axial computed tomography scan image showed bilateral cortical… Expand

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