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ON THE ROLE OF THE ORGANIC MATRIX IN THE ARCHITECTURE OF URINARY STONES
The Japanese Journal of Urology
Architecture of small urinary stones were studied with special attention to the crystal-matrix interrelations. Scanning electron microscopic observation revealed that, regardless of their crystalline components, all the stones had one or multiple core areas which were composed of randomly aggregated crystals. The core area was easily identified because it had free space among the crystals. The core area was enveloped by the laminated mantle layers which were composed of compactly packeddoi:10.5980/jpnjurol1928.79.12_1969 fatcat:zvklw25pjva7zecufolpeaj3i4