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Clinical Investigation of Levisticum officinale ( Lovage ) Effectiveness ’ in Patients with

@inproceedings{MehrdadMohammadi2016ClinicalIO,
  title={Clinical Investigation of Levisticum officinale ( Lovage ) Effectiveness ’ in Patients with},
  author={MehrdadMohammadi and Erfan Parvaneh and Zahra Tolou\_Ghamari},
  year={2016}
}
Objective: According to previous publications, the erratic hereditary disease with the augmented urinary excretion of cystine, could be envisage as the key to major injury in complicated patients due to recurrent of kidney stones. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the safety and efficacy of Levisticum officinale (Lovage) in patients with cystinuria Patients and methods: Patients with cystinuria (n=18), comprised of 10 males and 8 females was studied. The extract of Levisticum… 

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