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Urinary stones are a congregation of chemical substances present within the body. Normally, urine contains many dissolved chemical substances at a specific concentration. Conditions’ leading to increased concentration of these chemicals in urine causes them to crystallize, thus leading to the formation of stone. The urinary stone size varies from that of a grain of sand to that of a golf ball. They may be smooth, jagged or spiky and can be single or multiple.
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