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The role of the microbiome in kidney stone formation
Mehta M, et al. Int J Surg 2016 - Review. PMID 27847292 Free PMC article.
About 75% of kidney stones are predominantly composed of calcium oxalate and urinary oxalate is considered a crucial risk factor. ...Oxalobacter formigenes is a gram negative bacteria that degrades oxalate in the gut decreasing urinary oxalate excretion. In this review, we examine the data studying the role of Oxalobacter formigenes in kidney stone disease in humans and animals, the effect of antibiotics on its colonization, and the potential role of probiotics and whole microbial communities as therapeutic interventions....
About 75% of kidney stones are predominantly composed of calcium oxalate and urinary oxalate is considered a crucial risk factor. ... …
Urinary calculi: bacteriological and chemical association.
Naas T, et al. East Mediterr Health J 2001. PMID 15332777 Free article.
We investigated the bacteriology of urinary calculi in relation to urinary tract infection, stone formation, chemical composition and antibiotic sensitivity. ...Urine, serum and urinary calculi specimens were taken and serum biochemical tests to detect uric acid, calcium and phosphorus were performed. ...
We investigated the bacteriology of urinary calculi in relation to urinary tract infection, stone formation, chemical c …
Renal struvite stones--pathogenesis, microbiology, and management strategies.
Flannigan R, et al. Nat Rev Urol 2014 - Review. PMID 24818849
Infection stones-which account for 10-15% of all urinary calculi-are thought to form in the presence of urease-producing bacteria. ...PCNL is considered to be the gold-standard approach to treating struvite calculi, but adjuncts might be used when deemed necessary. ...
Infection stones-which account for 10-15% of all urinary calculi-are thought to form in the presence of urease-producing bacte …
Bacterially Induced Formation of Infectious Urinary Stones: Recent Developments and Future Challenges.
Prywer J and Olszynski M. Curr Med Chem 2017 - Review. PMID 27804881
Infectious urinary stones make a serious medical problem concerning up to 20% of population. Additionally, recurrence after treatment reaches 50%. The formation of infectious urinary stones is connected with urinary tract infection with various bacteria. These are mainly the bacteria from Proteus species which have been isolated in 70% of bacteriainduced urinary stone cases. ...
Infectious urinary stones make a serious medical problem concerning up to 20% of population. Additionally, recurrence after treatment …
The analysis of microbial spectrum and antibiotic resistance of uropathogens isolated from patients with urinary stones.
Chen D, et al. Int J Clin Pract 2018. PMID 29790623
This study aims to investigate the microbial spectrum and antibiotic resistance of uropathogens isolated from urinary tract infections in patients with urinary stones and provide a basis for appropriate antimicrobial treatments. METHODS: The results of positive bladder midstream urine cultures and their antimicrobial susceptibility were retrospectively analysed from hospitalised patients with diagnosis of urinary calculi and urinary tract infections between January 2010 and December 2015. ...
This study aims to investigate the microbial spectrum and antibiotic resistance of uropathogens isolated from urinary tract infection …
[A bacteriological study on urinary calculi associated with infections].
Yoshida O, et al. Hinyokika Kiyo 1984. PMID 6741755 Japanese. Free article.
There are difficult problems in the management of urinary calculi associated with infections. Stones associated with infections are not only infection stones such as struvite stones, but also other kinds of stones such as calcium oxalate. Therefore, from practical view points, bacteriological studies should be carried out on urinary calculi associated with infections as a whole. ...
There are difficult problems in the management of urinary calculi associated with infections. Stones associated with infection …
In vitro studies of epithelium-associated crystallization caused by uropathogens during urinary calculi development.
Torzewska A, et al. Microb Pathog 2014. PMID 24803200
Infectious urinary stones account for about 10% of all urinary stones. In 50% of cases urolithiasis is a recurrent illness, which can lead to the loss of a kidney if not properly treated. ...Various uropathogens are associated with the formation of bacteria-induced urinary stones but Proteus mirabilis is the most commonly isolated (70%). ...
Infectious urinary stones account for about 10% of all urinary stones. In 50% of cases urolithiasis is a recurrent illness, wh …
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