kidney stone

NOUN
  1. a calculus formed in the kidney
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  • There are also published findings that show coconut water being used in kidney dialysis and dissolving kidney stones. Five Interesting Facts About Coconuts | myFiveBest
  • The majority of kidney stones consist of an insoluble compound of calcium and oxalic acid.
  • Folkloric and Ayurvedic writings are replete with accounts of the efficacy of the coconut for many ailments from the cure of wounds, bums, ulcers, lice infestations to dissolution of kidney stones and treatment of choleraic dysenteries.
  • A kidney stone is a crystallisation, aggregation and growth of salts normally found in the urine.
  • A spokesperson for the Ministry of Health, which is helping with the investigation, said traces of cyanuramide that can cause kidney stones were found in Sanlu-brand milk products. Top Stories - Google News
  • Kidney stones can move to lower down in the urinary system: to the ureters which carry urine down to the bladder, or in the bladder itself.
  • Gallstone, kidney stone: Please refer to the note 5 Days Liver Cleansing & Kidney Cleansing Program.
  • Kidney stones are broadly categorised into calcareous (calcium containing) stones, which are radio-opaque, and non-calcareous stones.
  • Key words used included kidney stones, urinary calculi, urolithiasis, urinary tract stones, and nephrolithiasis.
  • Roasted, pulverised and dissolved in wine, the lobster's rostrum is served as a medicine for a variety of urinary diseases, as well as for removal of kidney stones.
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