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Ranjana Sharma
R. N. Thakur
Sudhir Singh Gangwar
Amita Tilak


Kidney stones are minor masses of salts and minerals that formulate inside the kidneys and mightmobile down the urinary tract. Kidney stones array in size from just a speck to as large as a coype of cm long ball. Symbols and symptoms of kidney stones include blood in the urine, and discomfort in the stomach, barrier, or edge. About 5% of personsgrow a kidney stone in their generation. The kidneys control stages of fluid, minerals, salts, and other ingredients in the body. When the symmetry of these complexes vicissitudes, kidney stones may form. Those who have kidney stones might see blood in their urine. . Uric acid and cystine are two compounds that may comprise kidney stones,Men tend to grow kidney stones in their 40s finished 70s; degrees rise with age. Women are most probable to involvement kidney stones in their 50s. A person who has agonized from one kidney stone is likely to mature others.


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Sharma, R., Thakur, R. N., Gangwar, S. S., & Tilak, A. (2018). KIDNEY STONES AND ITS PROTECTION. Innovat International Journal Of Medical & Pharmaceutical Sciences, 3(1).
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