lithogenic

lith·o·gen·ic

(lith'ō-jen'ik),
Promoting the formation of calculi.

lith·o·gen·ic

(lith'ō-jen'ik)
Promoting the formation of calculi.
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The degree of pollution by toxic metals from lithogenic and anthropogenic sources has been determined using principal component analysis (PCA) [2, 29, 30].
The classification and study of the metabolic parameters of blood and urine in patients with urolithiasis is vital to establishing the lithogenic risk.
Carbonates in soil are categorised into primary or lithogenic carbonates and secondary or pedogenic carbonates.
This increases the relative supersaturation of calcium and uric acid, which thereby promotes nucleation, growth, and aggregation of lithogenic minerals in urine (Masterson et al.
7 thousand hectares) located in the center of the "boreal ecotone"--the transition area from the southern taiga to the northern steppes [19], medium properties conditioned by zones, are collided with the zonal lithogenic and geomorphological conditions, forming a wide variety of natural-territorial complexes.
The organic mucoid substance found in two of these runners was also noted to cause the formation of crystal conglomerates and suggests a secondary lithogenic process present in these men.
The coarsening of grains in the lithogenic framework of bottom sediments presumably was predetermined by bottom dredging, active resuspension and elimination of fine-grained sediments into the Klaipeda Strait waters as a result of intensifying navigation.
This explanation offers an alternate aetiopathogenesis to tonsillolith formation by salivary stasis in accessory salivary glands secondary to mechanical obstruction by post tonsillectomy scarring or chronic inflammation or lithogenic diathesis (5).
Its purported effect is to "prevent supersaturation of lithogenic substances, control oxamide (a substance that precipitates stone formation) from the intestine and correct the crystalloid-colloid imbalance.
Depending on location and time of different types of particles, SPM may consist of lithogenic sediments, living organisms or detrital organic materials.
The saline aquifers are Eocene limestone and Nubian sandstone, they non renewable and influenced by lithogenic.