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The greater frequency of renal stones seen on excretory urograms in women, compared with the greater frequency of ureteral stones in men has been termed a sexual paradox. We assessed stone composition and weight, and sex as possible explanatory factors. A total of 4, renal and ureteral calculi was analyzed.
The mean weight for phosphate stones was mg. Male-to-female ratios were 2. The male-to-female ratio was 0. The tendency for phosphate stones to be heavier and relatively more common in women compared to predominantly oxalate stones may partly for the sexual paradox. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features!
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Stone Composition as a Function of Age and Sex