International Journal of Collaborative Research on Internal Medicine & Public Health

ISSN - 1840-4529

Kidney Stone

A little, hard store that structures in the kidneys and is frequently difficult when passed. Kidney stones are hard stores of minerals and corrosive salts that remain together in concentrated pee. They can be difficult when going through the urinary tract, yet normally don't cause perpetual harm. The most widely recognized side effect is extreme torment, for the most part in the side of the midsection, that is regularly connected with sickness. Treatment incorporates torment relievers and drinking bunches of water to help pass the stone. Clinical techniques might be required to evacuate or separate bigger stones.

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