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Table 1 Randall's Plaque

From: Relationship of endoscopic lesions of the renal papilla with type of renal stone and 24 h urine analysis

 RANDALL’S PLAQUE
YESNOSignificance
Patients (N = 41)24 (59%)17 (40%) 
COM5 (71%)2 (28%)0,390
COD7 (77%)2 (22%)
Uric Acid3 (50%)3 (50%)
Calcium Phosphate9 (47%)10 (52%)
pH6,0 ± 0,816,19 ± 0,780,48
Diuresis (mL)1965 ± 9661580 ± 4870,56
Calcium (mg/24 h)202,09 ± 119,78247,0 ± 140,530,37
Oxalate (mg/24 h)28,35 ± 13,5426,77 ± 9,320,72
Citratoe (mg/24 h)391,77 ± 326,12409,69 ± 260,370,86
Calcium (mg/dL)11,21 ± 7,1115,76 ± 10,130,09
Phosphate (mg/dL)52,60 ± 30,3159,21 ± 32,590,62
Citrate (mg/dL)21,35 ± 19,9028,37 ± 14,820,005*
Oxalate (mg/dL)1,83 ± 1,191,79 ± 0,910,98
Uric acid (mg/dL)30,07 ± 16,9139,31 ± 21,690,16
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