Hyperoxaluria in kidney stone formers treated with modern bariatric surgery.

  title={Hyperoxaluria in kidney stone formers treated with modern bariatric surgery.},
  author={John R. Asplin and Fredric L. Coe},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  volume={177 2},
PURPOSE Nephrolithiasis and renal failure secondary to severe hyperoxaluria were complications of jejunoileal bypass for obesity, leading to the discontinuation of this procedure in the United States in 1980. Bariatric procedures currently in use have not been adequately evaluated for this complication. MATERIALS AND METHODS We compared 24-hour urine chemistry studies of 132 patients with nephrolithiasis who had undergone bariatric surgery with the urine chemistry studies of patients who had… CONTINUE READING


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