Nephrolithiasis
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Jaime Uribarri Division of Nephrology, Department of Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, New York

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  • 1.

    Kittanamongkolchai W, Vaughan LE, Enders FT, Dhondup T, Mehta RA, Krambeck AE, McCollough CH, Vrtiska TJ, Lieske JC, Rule AD: The changing incidence and presentation of urinary stones over 3 decades. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 93: 291299, 2018

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  • 2.

    Hill AJ, Basourakos SP, Lewicki P, Wu X, Arenas-Gallo C, Chuang D, et al.: Incidence of kidney stones in the United States: The continuous national health and nutrition examination survey. J Urol 207: 851856, 2022 PubMed

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  • 3.

    Chen Z, Prosperi M, Bird VY: Prevalence of kidney stones in the USA: The National Health and Nutrition Evaluation Survey. J Clin Urol 12: 296302, 2019

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    Curhan GC: Epidemiology of stone disease. Urol Clin North Am 34: 287293, 2007 PubMed

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    Tundo G, Vollstedt A, Meeks W, Pais V: Beyond prevalence: Annual cumulative incidence of kidney stones in the United States. J Urol 205: 17041709, 2021 PubMed

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    Abufaraj M, Siyam A, Xu T, Imm K, Cao C, Waldoer T, et al.: Association between body fat mass and kidney stones in US adults: Analysis of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2011-2018. Eur Urol Focus 8: 580587, 2022 PubMed

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    Abufaraj M, Xu T, Cao C, Waldhoer T, Seitz C, D’andrea D, et al.: Prevalence and trends in kidney stone among adults in the USA: Analyses of National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2007-2018 data. Eur Urol Focus 7: 14681475, 2021 PubMed

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    Taylor EN, Stampfer MJ, Curhan GC: Obesity, weight gain, and the risk of kidney stones. JAMA 293: 455462, 2005 PubMed

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    Pigna F, Sakhaee K, Adams-Huet B, Maalouf NM: Body fat content and distribution and urinary risk factors for nephrolithiasis. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 9: 159165, 2014 PubMed

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    Poore W, Boyd CJ, Singh NP, Wood K, Gower B, Assimos DG: Obesity and its impact on kidney stone formation. Rev Urol 22: 1723, 2020 PubMed

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    Kielb S, Koo HP, Bloom DA, Faerber GJ: Nephrolithiasis associated with the ketogenic diet. J Urol 164: 464466, 2000 PubMed

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    Pietrzak D, Kasperek K, Rękawek P, Piątkowska-Chmiel I: The Therapeutic Role of Ketogenic Diet in Neurological Disorders Nutrients 14: 1952, 2022 PubMed

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    Acharya P, Acharya C, Thongprayoon C, Hansrivijit P, Kanduri SR, Kovvuru K, et al.: Incidence and characteristics of kidney stones in patients on ketogenic diet: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Diseases 9: 39, 2021 PubMed

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    Bergqvist AGC, Schall JI, Stallings VA, Zemel BS: Progressive bone mineral content loss in children with intractable epilepsy treated with the ketogenic diet. Am J Clin Nutr 88: 16781684, 2008 PubMed

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    McNally MA, Pyzik PL, Rubenstein JE, Hamdy RF, Kossoff EH: Empiric use of potassium citrate reduces kidney-stone incidence with the ketogenic diet. Pediatrics 124: e300e304, 2009 PubMed

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    Monda SM, Vetter JM, Olsen MA, Keller MR, Eagon JC, Chevinsky MS, et al.: The risks of stone diagnosis and stone removal procedure after different bariatric surgeries. J Endourol 35: 674681, 2021 PubMed

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    Uribarri J, Oh MS, Carroll HJ: The first kidney stone. Ann Intern Med 111: 10061009, 1989 PubMed

  • 18.

    Wang K, Ge J, Han W, Wang D, Zhao Y, Shen Y, et al.: Risk factors for kidney stone disease recurrence: A comprehensive meta-analysis. BMC Urol 22: 62, 2022 PubMed

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    Skolarikos A, Straub M, Knoll T, Sarica K, Seitz C, Petřík A, et al.: Metabolic evaluation and recurrence prevention for urinary stone patients: EAU guidelines. Eur Urol 67: 750763, 2015 PubMed

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    Pearle MS, Goldfarb DS, Assimos DG, Curhan G, Denu-Ciocca CJ, Matlaga BR, et al.; American Urological Assocation: Medical management of kidney stones: AUA guideline. J Urol 192: 316324, 2014 PubMed

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    Türk C, Petřík A, Sarica K, Seitz C, Skolarikos A, Straub M, et al.: EAU guidelines on interventional treatment for urolithiasis. Eur Urol 69: 475482, 2016 PubMed

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    Chewcharat A, Thongprayoon C, Vaughan LE, Mehta RA, Schulte PJ, O’Connor HM, et al.: Dietary risk factors for incident and recurrent symptomatic kidney stones Mayo Clin Proc 97: 14371448, 2022 PubMed

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  • 23.

    Curhan GC, Willett WC, Knight EL, Stampfer MJ: Dietary factors and the risk of incident kidney stones in younger women: Nurses’ Health Study II. Arch Intern Med 164: 885891, 2004 PubMed

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  • 24.

    Borghi L, Schianchi T, Meschi T, Guerra A, Allegri F, Maggiore U, et al.: Comparison of two diets for the prevention of recurrent stones in idiopathic hypercalciuria. N Engl J Med 346: 7784, 2002 PubMed

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  • 25.

    Ferraro PM, Mandel EI, Curhan GC, Gambaro G, Taylor EN: Dietary protein and potassium, diet-dependent net acid load, and risk of incident kidney stones. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 11: 18341844, 2016 PubMed

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  • 26.

    Fakier S, Rodgers A, Jackson G: Potential thermodynamic and kinetic roles of phytate as an inhibitor of kidney stone formation: Theoretical modelling and crystallization experiments. Urolithiasis 47: 493502, 2019 PubMed

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  • 27.

    Curhan GC, Willett WC, Rimm EB, Stampfer MJ: A prospective study of dietary calcium and other nutrients and the risk of symptomatic kidney stones. N Engl J Med 328: 833838, 1993 PubMed

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  • 28.

    Yuan S, Larsson SC: Coffee and caffeine consumption and risk of kidney stones: A mendelian randomization study. Am J Kidney Dis 79: 914.e1, 2022 PubMed

  • 29.

    Sasai F, Roncal-Jimenez C, Rogers K, Sato Y, Brown JM, Glaser J, et al.: Climate change and nephrology. Nephrol Dial Transplant 8: 4148, 2021

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    Okada A, Matsumoto T, Ohshima H, Isomura T, Koga T, Yasui T, et al.: Bisphosphonate use may reduce the risk of urolithiasis in astronauts on long-term spaceflights. JBMR Plus 6: e10550, 2021 PubMed

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  • 31.

    Hong SY, Xia QD, Yang YY, Li C, Zhang JQ, Xu JZ, et al.: The role of microbiome: A novel insight into urolithiasis. Crit Rev Microbiol 49: 177196, 2023 10.1080/1040841X.2022.2045899 PubMed

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    Siddiqui H, Nederbragt AJ, Lagesen K, Jeansson SL, Jakobsen KS: Assessing diversity of the female urine microbiota by high throughput sequencing of 16S rDNA amplicons. BMC Microbiol 11: 244, 2011

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    Fouts DE, Pieper R, Szpakowski S, Pohl H, Knoblach S, Suh MJ, et al.: Integrated next-generation sequencing of 16S rDNA and metaproteomics differentiate the healthy urine microbiome from asymptomatic bacteriuria in neuropathic bladder associated with spinal cord injury. J Transl Med 10: 174, 2012 PubMed

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    Price TK, Hilt EE, Thomas-White K, Mueller ER, Wolfe AJ, Brubaker L: The urobiome of continent adult women: A cross-sectional study. BJOG 127: 193201, 2020 PubMed

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    Zampini A, Nguyen AH, Rose E, Monga M, Miller AW: Defining dysbiosis in patients with urolithiasis. Sci Rep 9: 5425, 2019 PubMed

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    Dornbier RA, Bajic P, Van Kuiken M, Jardaneh A, Lin H, Gao X, et al.: The microbiome of calcium-based urinary stones. Urolithiasis 48: 191199, 2020 PubMed

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    Chutipongtanate S, Sutthimethakorn S, Chiangjong W, Thongboonkerd V: Bacteria can promote calcium oxalate crystal growth and aggregation. J Biol Inorg Chem 18: 299308, 2013 PubMed

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    Tavichakorntrakool R, Boonsiri P, Prasongwatana V, Lulitanond A, Wongkham C, Thongboonkerd V: Differential colony size, cell length, and cellular proteome of Escherichia coli isolated from urine vs. stone nidus of kidney stone patients. Clin Chim Acta 466: 112119, 2017 PubMed

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    De Ferrari ME, Macaluso M, Brunati C, Pozzoli R, Colussi G: Hypocitraturia and Ureaplasma urealyticum urinary tract infection in patients with idiopathic calcium nephrolithiasis. Nephrol Dial Transplant 11: 1185, 1996 PubMed

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    Sidhu H, Schmidt ME, Cornelius JG, Thamilselvan S, Khan SR, Hesse A, et al.: Direct correlation between hyperoxaluria/oxalate stone disease and the absence of the gastrointestinal tract-dwelling bacterium Oxalobacter formigenes: Possible prevention by gut recolonization or enzyme replacement therapy. J Am Soc Nephrol 10[Suppl 14]: S334S340, 1999 PubMed

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    Milliner D, Hoppe B, Groothoff J: A randomised Phase II/III study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of orally administered Oxalobacter formigenes to treat primary hyperoxaluria. Urolithiasis 46: 313323, 2018 PubMed

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    Antonelli JA, Maalouf NM, Pearle MS, Lotan Y: Use of the national health and nutrition examination survey to calculate the impact of obesity and diabetes on cost and prevalence of urolithiasis in 2030. Eur Urol 66: 724729, 2014 PubMed

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    Becerra AZ, Khusid JA, Sturgis MR, Fink LE, Gupta M, Konety BR, et al.: Contemporary assessment of the economic burden of upper urinary tract stone disease in the United States: Analysis of one-year health care costs, 2011-2018. J Endourol 36: 429438, 2022 PubMed

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    Sakhaee K, Maalouf NM, Poindexter J, Adams-Huet B, Moe OW: Relationship between urinary calcium and bone mineral density in patients with calcium nephrolithiasis. J Urol 197: 14721477, 2017 PubMed

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  • 45.

    Denburg MR, Leonard MB, Haynes K, Tuchman S, Tasian G, Shults J, et al.: Risk of fracture in urolithiasis: A population-based cohort study using the health improvement network. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 9: 21332140, 2014 PubMed

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    Ganesan C, Thomas IC, Romero R, Song S, Conti S, Elliott C, et al.: Osteoporosis, fractures, and bone mineral density screening in veterans with kidney stone disease. J Bone Miner Res 36: 872878, 2021 PubMed

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    Dale J, Gupta RT, Marin D, Lipkin M, Preminger G: Imaging advances in Urolithiasis. J Endourol 31: 623629, 2017 PubMed

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    Lim I, Sellers DJ, Chess-Williams R: Current and emerging pharmacological targets for medical expulsive therapy. Basic Clin Pharmacol Toxicol 130[Suppl 1]: 1622, 2022 PubMed

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    Leavitt DA, Sweet RM: Pathophysiology, Evaluation and Management of Urinary Lithiasis. In: Campbell Walsh Wein Urology, edited by Partin AW, Dmochowski RR, Kavoussi LR, Peters CA, Wein A, 12th Ed., Hoboken, Elsevier Health, 2020, pp 16851736

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    Geraghty RM, Davis NF, Tzelves L, Lombardo R, Yuan C, Thomas K, et al.: Best practice in interventional management of urolithiasis: An update from the European Association of Urology Guidelines Panel for Urolithiasis 2022. Eur Urol Focus 9: 199208, 2023 PubMed

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    Jiang P, Xie L, Arada R, Patel RM, Landman J, Clayman RV: Qualitative review of clinical guidelines for medical and surgical management of urolithiasis: Consensus and controversy 2020. J Urol 205: 9991008, 2021 PubMed

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    Assimos D, Krambeck A, Miller NL, Monga M, Murad MH, Nelson CP, et al.: Surgical management of stones: American Urological Association/Endourological Society Guideline, Part I. J Urol 196: 11531160, 2016 PubMed

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    Sorensen MD, Harper JD, Borofsky MS, Hameed TA, Smoot KJ, Burke BH, et al.: Removal of small, asymptomatic kidney stones and incidence of relapse. N Engl J Med 387: 506513, 2022 PubMed

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    Pak CY: Physiological basis for absorptive and renal hypercalciurias. Am J Physiol 237: F415F423, 1979 PubMed

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    Goldfarb DS: Preemptive removal of small, asymptomatic kidney stones. N Engl J Med 387: 562563, 2022 PubMed

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    Halbritter J, Baum M, Hynes AM, Rice SJ, Thwaites DT, Gucev ZS, et al.: Fourteen monogenic genes account for 15% of nephrolithiasis/nephrocalcinosis. J Am Soc Nephrol 26: 543551, 2015 PubMed

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    Edvardsson VO, Goldfarb DS, Lieske JC, Beara-Lasic L, Anglani F, Milliner DS, et al.: Hereditary causes of kidney stones and chronic kidney disease. Pediatr Nephrol 28: 19231942, 2013 PubMed

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    Singh P, Harris PC, Sas DJ, Lieske JC: The genetics of kidney stone disease and nephrocalcinosis. Nat Rev Nephrol 18: 224240, 2022 PubMed

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