Proportional reduction of urine supersaturation during nephrolithiasis treatment.

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PURPOSE During metabolic stone therapy, urine supersaturation decreases in proportion to pretreatment levels. We gauge the quantitative contribution of regression to the mean for reducing urine supersaturation from high pretreatment to lower values during therapy. MATERIALS AND METHODS The 24-hour urine supersaturations for calcium oxalate, calcium… (More)

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@article{Coe2001ProportionalRO, title={Proportional reduction of urine supersaturation during nephrolithiasis treatment.}, author={Frederic L Coe and Holly Wise and Joan H. Parks and J R Asplin}, journal={The Journal of urology}, year={2001}, volume={166 4}, pages={1247-51} }