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A clinical study on urolithiasis 2. the relationship of urinary tract infection to urolithiasis



A clinical study on urolithiasis 2. the relationship of urinary tract infection to urolithiasis



Okayama Igakkai Zasshi 96(9-10): 1029-1036



The relationship of urinary tract infection (UTI) to urolithiasis was studied in 1069 patients. Of 211 cases with known causative factors, 58 (27.5%) had UTI. The incidence of cloudy urine became higher with increasing age and was significantly higher in females with renal calculi than in males with renal calculi. The main organisms isolated from the urine were Pseudomonas, Staphylococcus, Escherichia coli and Proteus. UTI, calculi containing struvite and Proteus in the urine were found significantly more often in cases of staghorn calculi than in cases of other renal calculi.

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