Kidney Stone

Kidney Stone

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Caption: Kidney stone on a human finger tip. Kidney stones are usually formed by the precipitation of the mineral salt calcium oxalate from the urine. The resulting hard, round stones (calculi) may cause severe pain, especially as they pass down the urinary tract. Large stones may need to be surgically removed or broken down using ultrasound therapy.

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Keywords: calculus, condition, disease, disorder, finger, finger tip, finger tips, fingers, healthcare, human finger, human finger tips, human fingers, kidney infection, kidney stone, kidney stones, medical, medicine, stone, stones, urinary tract, urinary tract infection, urinary tract infections, urine

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