Results 1 - 8 of 8 for Kidney Stones
  1. Kidney stones result when urine becomes too concentrated and substances in the urine crystalize to form stones. Symptoms ... to move down the ureter causing intense pain. Kidney stones may form in the pelvis or calyces of ...
  2. Some types of kidney stones are more prone to develop in alkaline urine and others are more likely to from in acidic urine. Monitoring ...
  3. ... crystallization of uric acid crystals in joints. Some kidney stones are also composed of uric acid.
  4. ... in the urine. People who tend to form kidney stones may find their condition aggravated by vitamin C ...
  5. ... or another reason, such as a tendency toward kidney stones, for avoiding calcium-rich food sources. Calcium deficiency ...
  6. ... procedure is performed to confirm the presence of kidney stones, although some stones may be too small to ...
  7. Cystinuria is a disorder characterized by cystine stones in the kidney, ureter, and bladder. A genetic abnormality results in abnormal transport of amino acids in the kidney. The high levels of the amino acid ...
  8. ... ESWL) is a procedure used to shatter simple stones in the kidney or upper urinary tract. Ultrasonic waves are passed through the body until they strike the dense stones. Pulses of sonic waves pulverize the stones, which ...