Renal stone epidemiology: a 25-year study in Rochester, Minnesota.

@article{Johnson1979RenalSE,
  title={Renal stone epidemiology: a 25-year study in Rochester, Minnesota.},
  author={Constance M. Jewett Johnson and David Molloy Wilson and W. Michael O'fallon and Reza S. Malek and LeonardT. Kurland},
  journal={Kidney international},
  year={1979},
  volume={16 5},
  pages={
          624-31
        }
}
There are no adequate studies of the incidence of urolithiasis in the United States, in spite of earlier claims that a "stone belt" exists in the southeastern section of the country. This report is the first description of the incidence and recurrence rates for symptomatic noninfected renal stones in a well-defined population. A total of 798 patients were enrolled in the study group, of whom 672 were incidence cases having had their first episode as documented residents of Rochester, Minnesota… CONTINUE READING
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