Renal calculus

Definition of Renal calculus

1.(Med.) an abnormal concretion formed in the excretory passages of the kidney, composed primarily of calcium oxalates and phosphates; - also called kidney stone, nephrolith, and nephritic calculus (an obsolete term).

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calculus, concretion, kidney stone, nephrolith, urinary calculus
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