Kidney Stones

Kidney stones (renal lithiasis, nephrolithiasis) are hard stones made of minerals and salts that structure inside your kidneys.The various kinds of kidney stones incorporate calcium, uric corrosive, struvite and cysteine. Stones don't generally remain in the kidney. Here and there they go from the kidney into the ureters. Ureters are little and sensitive, and the stones might be too huge to even think about passing easily down the ureter to the bladder. Entry of stones down the ureter can cause fits and aggravation of the ureters. This makes blood show up in the pee. In some cases stones obstruct the progression of pee. This is known as a urinary hindrance.

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