Calculus of kidney, also called renal calculus or more commonly known as kidney stones, is a condition in which waste materials from urine in the kidneys forms a solid, hard stone. Calculus of kidney symptoms include severe pain in the back or groin area, along with changes in urine, fever, vomiting, and nausea. Pain may strike quickly, and suddenly disappear.
Calculus of kidney most commonly occurs as a result of dehydration. Calculus of kidney treatment may require medications to help dissolve the stone, but many kidney stones pass on their own with the help of drinking plenty of fluids and some pain-relieving medication.
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