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Some Remarks on Nephrolithiasis
Boston Medical and Surgical Journal
Without question stone is one of the most important surgical diseases of the kidney. The subject is so vast and the literature so voluminous that it is obviously impossible to more than mention many of the important features of the condition and to speak but briefly of some of the others. Of the etiology and physical properties of calculi I shall say little, since the discussion would carry us deeply into the problems of chemistry and metabolic changes, but I will endeavor to spend most of ourdoi:10.1056/nejm190707111570203 fatcat:4rdo6yoxjzd7fhdgvmbad7jo6e