“24-Hour Urine Calcium Oxalate Supersaturation Risk Correlates with Computerized Tomography Volumetric Calcium Oxalate Stone Growth”


figue.  annualized stone volume growth by SS CaOx groups (low, medium, high).

Congratulations to Mr. Stanislav Yuzhakov and Drs. Shavano Steadman, Brandon Otto, Vincent Bird, and Benjamin Canales for their publication in the December 2021 issue of Journal of Urology called, “24-Hour Urine Calcium Oxalate Supersaturation Risk Correlates with Computerized Tomography Volumetric Calcium Oxalate Stone Growth.

This one of the first studies to link 24-hour urine “risk categories” to CT volumetric stone growth in calcium oxalate stone formers.


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