Kidney stones

Kidney stones are tiny, hard deposits of acid and mineral on the inner surface of the kidney. They are also referred to as renal calculus or nephrolith. If the stones become large enough, they may clog the ureter. Smaller stones in particular may not show any symptoms. Lower abdominal pain could be brought on by bladder stones. Size and shape of kidney stones might vary. Because ureters are small and delicate, it's possible that the stones are too large to even consider travelling naturally from the ureter to the bladder.

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