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Effect of L-Methionine on the Risk of Phosphate Stone ...

Effect of L-Methionine on the Risk of Phosphate Stone Formation. The present findings show that L-methionine effectively decreases urinary pH and the risk of struvite and calcium phosphate stone formation in healthy subjects. Hypercalciuria is not expected to occur at physiological doses of L

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Effect of L-Methionine on the Risk of Phosphate Stone ...

2016-12-1  In addition, hypercalciuria is a major urinary determinant of calcium phosphate stone formation.1, 6 The urinary acidification with L-methionine to pH 5.8-6.2 is recommended as a therapeutic measure not only in struvite but also in calcium phosphate stone formation.2, 7 A study in 19 struvite stone formers under L-methionine therapy revealed stone recurrences in only 10% of the patients

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CALCIUM PHOSPHATE STONES: Causes and Prevention

Phosphate stones, HA or Br, can grow faster and larger than calcium oxalate ones. Calcium phosphate crystals invade kidney tissue – so called tubule plugs. Tissue damage is common, as is Nephrocalcinosis from plugging – often misdiagnosed as medullary

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Effect of Potassium Citrate on Calcium Phosphate Stones in ...

Effect of Potassium Citrate on Calcium Phosphate Stones in a Model of Hypercalciuria. Potassium citrate is prescribed to decrease stone recurrence in patients with calcium nephrolithiasis. Citrate binds intestinal and urine calcium and increases urine pH.

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Effect of L-Methionine on the Risk of Phosphate Stone ...

The present findings show that L-methionine effectively decreases urinary pH and the risk of struvite and calcium phosphate stone formation in healthy subjects. Hypercalciuria is not expected to occur at physiological doses of L-methionine.

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Calcium Phosphate Kidney Stones- The Source ... - STONE

2019-4-7  Calcium Phosphate stones have a higher tendency to form in people dealing with systemic diseases such as Primary Hyperparathyroidism (causes an increase in blood calcium levels) and Renal Tubular Acidosis (medical condition that involves an

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[PDF] Calcium Phosphate Composition Affects Ureteroscopic ...

The effects of stone composition on transurethral lithotripsy (TUL) have not been sufficiently elucidated. The purpose of this study was to identify how calcium phosphate stone composition impacts TUL. Two hundred eighty-nine cases of semi-rigid and/or flexible TUL for upper urinary tract calculi were reviewed retrospectively. Inclusion criteria were a preoperative assessment by noncontrast ...

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KIDNEY STONE TYPES Kidney Stone Evaluation And

Calcium Phosphate stone formers From Systemic diseases. Primary hyperparathyroidism and renal tubular acidosis raise average urine alkalinity (higher urine pH) and foster calcium phosphate kidney stones. Many uncommon genetic diseases do the same. Idiopathic. Idiopathic calcium phosphate stone formers share a common set of traits. Perhaps because urine contains far more phosphate than oxalate, they form more frequent and larger stones than idiopathic calcium oxalate stone

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Effects of Phosphate Treatment in Calcium Urolithiasis ...

Abstract. Phosphate salts have been proposed for prophylactic treatment of renal calcium stone disease for many years. 1 Originally, this treatment was based on phosphates effect of reducing the urinary excretion of calcium, 2 thus decreasing supersaturation of the urine. Later, increased urinary excretion of inhibitors of stone formation, e.g., pyro-phosphate, was recorded when phosphate was ...

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Calcium phosphate composition affects ureteroscopic laser ...

The effects of stone composition on transurethral lithotripsy (TUL) have not been sufficiently elucidated. The purpose of this study was to identify how calcium phosphate stone composition impacts TUL. Two hundred eighty-nine cases of semi-rigid and/or flexible TUL for

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A Woman with Recurrent Calcium Phosphate Kidney Stones ...

Kidney stones composed predominantly (50% or more) of calcium phosphate constitute up to 10% of all stones and 15%–20% of calcium stones, 80% of which are composed of calcium oxalate. Calcium phosphate is a minor component of up to 30% of calcium oxalate stones as well. The cause of calcium phosphate stones is often obscure but most often related to a high urine pH.

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[PDF] Calcium Phosphate Composition Affects Ureteroscopic ...

The effects of stone composition on transurethral lithotripsy (TUL) have not been sufficiently elucidated. The purpose of this study was to identify how calcium phosphate stone composition impacts TUL. Two hundred eighty-nine cases of semi-rigid and/or flexible TUL for upper urinary tract calculi were reviewed retrospectively. Inclusion criteria were a preoperative assessment by noncontrast ...

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Calcium phosphate stones during long-term acetazolamide ...

2021-5-25  Calcium phosphate stones are uncommon; renal tubular acidosis is a recognised risk factor for this type of stone.2 The occurrence of such stones, therefore, merits early investigation. There is a high probability that this patient's recurrent calcium phosphate nephrolithiasis was

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Treatment for Calcium Phosphate Kidney Stone Disease ...

2012-12-21  We will examine in two short-term placebo-controlled cross-over metabolic studies whether citric acid or potassium citrate can reduce calcium phosphate saturation in urine of CaP stone formers. The first study will be conducted in hypocitraturic CaP stone formers without hypercalciuria, and will compare the effects of potassium citrate, citric ...

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Effect of L-Methionine on the Risk of Phosphate Stone ...

OBJECTIVE: To determine the physiological effects following administration of the sulfur-containing amino acid L-methionine on urinary risk factors for calcium oxalate and phosphate stone formation under controlled, standardized conditions.

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BRUSHITE: KEY TO CALCIUM STONE PREVENTION Kidney Stone ...

Effects of Uric Acid and Citrate Solution Chemistry. Both parts of this graph are like the right hand portion of the figure I already have shown twice. In both experiments, the solution of 1.2 and 1.8 SS brushite and calcium oxalate was let stand until it chose to begin forming crystals. The pumps and sensors were on throughout. Uric Acid

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Calcium phosphate: an important crystal phase in patients ...

Stone and urine composition were analysed in 75 men and 40 women with recurrent calcium oxalate stone disease (group R) and in 48 men and 19 women who had formed only one calcium-oxalate-containing stone (group S). Patients who had developed stones with a large fraction of calcium phosphate were significantly more frequent in group R than in group S.

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Phosphorus: Benefits, Side Effects, Dosage, and Interactions

2020-5-8  A deficiency of phosphorus is usually accompanied by hypophosphatemia, or low blood phosphate levels, which can affect every organ system of the body and may lead to muscle weakness, bone pain, fractures, seizures, and respiratory failure.Unlike certain micronutrients, the body cannot produce phosphorus on its own. You need to obtain it from food and, if needed, a dietary supplement (phosphate ...

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Calcium phosphate stones during long-term acetazolamide ...

2021-5-25  Calcium phosphate stones are uncommon; renal tubular acidosis is a recognised risk factor for this type of stone.2 The occurrence of such stones, therefore, merits early investigation. There is a high probability that this patient's recurrent calcium phosphate nephrolithiasis was

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Treatment for Calcium Phosphate Kidney Stone Disease ...

2012-12-21  We will examine in two short-term placebo-controlled cross-over metabolic studies whether citric acid or potassium citrate can reduce calcium phosphate saturation in urine of CaP stone formers. The first study will be conducted in hypocitraturic CaP stone formers without hypercalciuria, and will compare the effects of potassium citrate, citric ...

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Effect of L-Methionine on the Risk of Phosphate Stone ...

OBJECTIVE: To determine the physiological effects following administration of the sulfur-containing amino acid L-methionine on urinary risk factors for calcium oxalate and phosphate stone formation under controlled, standardized conditions.

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Calcium phosphate kidney stones Nutrition, deficiency ...

2021-5-14  Causes of phosphate stone formation Several medical conditions lead to calcium phosphate kidney stone formation. The primary hyperparathyroidism, secondary hyperparathyroidism, renal tubular acidosis, hyperphosphaturia, hypercalciuria and Fanconi syndrome are some of the causative factors.

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[Download PDF] Costs and Effects of Environmental ...

2020-10-22  Phosphate mining also releases some of the naturally radioactive material found deep in Florida's soils. That's a risk. When reclamation doesn't work or when revegetation takes a long time, plant and animal communities can be lost or greatly reduced. Sometimes, the effects of phosphate mining aren't detectable — and that is the scariest risk.

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Calcium phosphate: an important crystal phase in patients ...

Stone and urine composition were analysed in 75 men and 40 women with recurrent calcium oxalate stone disease (group R) and in 48 men and 19 women who had formed only one calcium-oxalate-containing stone (group S). Patients who had developed stones with a large fraction of calcium phosphate were significantly more frequent in group R than in group S.

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Kinetics of crystal growth of dicalcium phosphate ...

2002-5-1  Urinary Stone Analysis by Small-Spot Electron Spectroscopy for Chemical Analysis (ESCA). Applied Spectroscopy 1990, 44 (6) , 1015-1019. DOI: 10.1366/0003702904086704. T. Sokołowski, B. Wiktorowska. Growth of octacalcium phosphate and dicalcium phosphate dihydrate crystals in silica gels.

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Phosphorus: Benefits, Side Effects, Dosage, and Interactions

2020-5-8  A deficiency of phosphorus is usually accompanied by hypophosphatemia, or low blood phosphate levels, which can affect every organ system of the body and may lead to muscle weakness, bone pain, fractures, seizures, and respiratory failure.Unlike certain micronutrients, the body cannot produce phosphorus on its own. You need to obtain it from food and, if needed, a dietary supplement (phosphate ...

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Dicalcium Phosphate (E341) - Side Effects, Uses, Benefits

2017-12-5  Dicalcium Phosphate (E341) – Side Effects, Uses, Benefits. May 9, 2020 December 5, 2017 by Your Health Remedy's Staff. Dicalcium Phosphate (DCP), also referred as E341, is a white, odorless powder, with chemical formula – CaHPO4. It’s made up of charged particles of phosphate and calcium.

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Genetics of kidney stone disease Nature Reviews Urology

2020-6-12  Kidney stone disease is a major clinical and economic health burden, affecting >15% of men and >5% of women by 70 years of age 1.It results in >80,000

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