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Journal July 2012 (Vol 33, No 7)

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Urinary Calculi by Amanda Callens , BS, LVMT

1. Which treatment is the best for eliminating calcium oxalate calculi?
2. Which disease/disorder can be associated with calcium oxalate calculus formation?
3. Which of the following is not minimally invasive for removing calculi from the bladder?
4. Which of the following patients is most predisposed to calcium oxalate calculus formation?
5. Struvite is also known as
6. Which urine pH range is best for dissolving sterile struvite stones?
7. Prevention of infection-induced struvite calculi includes the use of
8. Which statement regarding diagnostics is incorrect?
9. Which statement regarding transurethral cystoscopy is true?
10. Which of the following does not affect the time necessary for calculus dissolution?
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