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Table 3 Papillary crater

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

 PAPILLARY CRATER
YESNOSignificance
Patients (N = 41)16 (39%)25 (61%) 
COM1 (14%)6 (85%)0,04*
COD7 (77%)2 (22%)
Uric Acid2 (33%)4 (66%)
Calcium Phosphate6 (31%)13 (68%)
pH6,22 ± 0,82)5,97 ± 0,770,33
Diuresis (mL)2328 ± 10921560 ± 6030,45
Calcium (mg/24 h)265,87 ± 128,55184,33 ± 118,270,05*
Oxalate (mg/24 h)28,79 ± 12,8427,05 ± 11,750,67
Citrate (mg/24 h)501,80 ± 363,51324,27 ± 226,960,08
Calcium (mg/dL)13,12 ± 10,3113,17 ± 7,820,52
Phosphate (mg/dL)51,31 ± 40,2457,86 ± 24,640,58
Citrate (mg/dL)25,96 ± 20,7723,36 ± 16,590,41
Oxalate (mg/dL)1,33 ± 0,692,11 ± 1,190,024*
Uric Acid (mg/dL)30,21 ± 23,7436,27 ± 16,350,58
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