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Table 2 Tubular calcification

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

 TUBULAR CALCIFICATION
YESNOSignificance
Patients (N = 41)32 (78%)9 (21%) 
COM3 (42%)4 (57%)0,02*
COD9 (100%)0
Uric Acid4 (66%)2 (33%)
Calcium Phosphate16 (84%)3 (15%)
pH6,1 ± 0,755,6 ± 0,890,12
Diuresis (mL)1990 ± 9631619 ± 7420,67
Calcium (mg/24 h)234,21 ± 123,98162,63 ± 132,290,16
Oxalate (mg/24 h)28,52 ± 11,625,19 ± 14,050,49
Citrate (mg/24 h)416,29 ± 283,35335,08 ± 367,860,50
Calcium (mg/dL)14,15 ± 9,519,68 ± 3,670,036*
Phosphate (mg/dL)55,23 ± 31,2956,01 ± 32,080,49
Citrate (mg/dL)23,60 ± 16,4126,86 ± 23,870,42
Oxalate (mg/dL)1,74 ± 1,072,06 ± 1,070,67
Uric acid (mg/dL)34,27 ± 19,9133,06 ± 18,550,90
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