calcium phosphate stoneの例文
- In general, calcium phosphate stones have the greatest density, followed by calcium oxalate and magnesium ammonium phosphate stones.
- Increasing the urine pH to a value higher than 7.0 increases the risk of calcium phosphate stone formation.
- As with adults, most pediatric kidney stones are predominantly composed of calcium oxalate; struvite and calcium phosphate stones are less common.
- Calcium phosphate stones, or otherwise called brushite, are caused by high urine pH and a supersaturation of calcium phosphate salt in the urine.
- Sufficient dietary intake of magnesium and citrate inhibits the formation of calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate stones; in addition, magnesium and citrate operate synergistically to inhibit kidney stones.