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Nephrolithiasis is a common disease that can be associated with high morbidity. This article reviews the natural history of stone disease and medical disorders that commonly predispose one to nephrolithiasis and summarizes the metabolic evaluation of these patients. This article reviews the laboratory techniques used to diagnose the cause of stone disease. An approach to therapy is also provided.
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