"stone", ususally refers to a renal calculi or "kidney stone: (also see lithiasis).
Stones formed of mineral salts. Usually found within hollow organs or ducts. They can cause obstruction and inflammation. Kinds of calculi include gallstones and kidney stones. See Gallstones; kidney stones.
Concretions of insoluble materials that form within body fluids, especially the gallbladder, kidneys, or urinary bladder.
another term for stone in the kidney or ureter.
a 'stone' in the bladder, kidney or gall-bladder.
stones or solid lumps such as gallstones.
Stones that may form in either kidney or bladder.
Abnormal stone formation inside the body. Renal calculi is the medical term for kidney stones.
Are stones or solid masses such as kidney stones.
A stone, e.g. in bladder, kidney or gall bladder.
plural of calculus. Latin for stone or pebble
Also known as a stone. Abnormal hard formation of minerals in the body.
The plural of calculus. Refers to many stones.
Commonly called stones, they are an abnormal formation in the body. A calculus is usually composed of mineral salts and can occur in the kidneys, gallbladder, bile duct, pancreas or the urinary tract.