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con·cre·ment

(kon'krē-ment),
A concretion; a deposit of calcareous material in a part.
[L. con- cresco, to grow together]
An indurated material, generally composed of crystallised minerals, or, less commonly, organic materials—e.g., bile, cholesterol

concrement

Stone, see there.

concrement

(kŏn′krē-mĕnt) [L. concrementum]
A concretion as of protein and other substances. If infiltrated with calcium salts, it is termed a calculus.
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If gallstones or concrements are identified, endoscopic sphincterotomy is recommended (66).
Occasionally the lumen contained inspissated bile concrements. Polypoid projections of the epithelium or dysplastic foci were not found.
Atlas of infrared spectra for the analysis of urinary concrements. Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag, 1988.