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Variability of protein content and its role in kidney stone formation

Author(s): S.Chandan, S.Umesha, N.Haraprasad, S.Chandrashekar

The current study was carried out to extract the clinical history as well as data from the affected patients suffering from chronic renal failure due to the presence of Kidney Stones. Further, the study was directed to find out the root cause and types of kidney stones and symptoms involved in the same. The protein compositions of the stones were also studied by collecting different types of kidney stones to correlate the patient’s clinical data by comparative study and finally this study indicates that the diet is the main causative factor for kidney stone formation. It can only control through a proper diet and risk factor is irrespective of age, sex, blood group.

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