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Biologic behavior of canine uroliths

, : Biologic behavior of canine uroliths. Veterinary Clinics of North America. Small Animal Practice 16(2): 251-260

Canine uroliths may form rapidly or slowly, progressively increase or decrease in size, or become inactive. Associated clinical signs are usually dependent on their locations but may also be influenced by underlying causes. Recurrence of uroliths is unpredictable, being influenced by several variables. Recurrent uroliths are usually, but not invariably, similar in mineral composition to those present during the initial episode.


PMID: 3486514

DOI: 10.1016/S0195-5616(86)50029-2

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