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The isotopic composition of carbon reflects the dietary habits of the patients. In a previous study, it was showed that biogenic calcium oxalate was enriched in the light isotope 12 C compared to geological calcium oxalate which was enriched in the heavy isotope 13 C [ 40 ].
DeNiro and Epstein [ 41 ] and Jim, et al. However, the accurate determination of food influence in the isotopic composition of humans is difficult to establish because of the variety of dietary habits. Likewise, the isotopic composition of oxygen reflects the living geographical location of the patients. Dotsika, et al. This also reveals that traces of U are present in the kidney stones.
Finally, it is noticeable that artificial radionuclides such as Cs arising from nuclear accidents including Chernobyl were not detected. View Figure 6. From these results, we can conclude that the examined Greek kidney stones are enriched in metals essential for the normal functioning of the body such as Zn max. We would like to thank Prof. Iatrou Dept. All Rights Reserved. Review Process. Open Access. Join Us. Materials and Methods Kidney stones of different sizes were examined after surgical removal from patients at the Laikon General Hospital in Athens Greece.
Results and Discussion Representative morphology and aggregations of COM microcrystals comprising human kidney stones from Greece, as recorded by SEM, are shown for one sample in Figure 1.
Acknowledgements We would like to thank Prof. References Parmar MS Kidney stones. BMJ Kidney Int John Fitzpatrick Urinary stone disease: The practical guide to medical and surgical management. New Jersey: Humana Press Inc.
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