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Uratic bladder stones

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Uratic bladder stones as a Disease

Uratic bladder stones: Type of or association with medical condition Urinary stones.
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Uratic bladder stones: Related Diseases

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Uratic bladder stones as a subtype of Urinary stones

Urinary stones (medical condition): Stones in the urinary tract or bladder.

Urinary stones (medical condition): Hard mineral masses lodged anywhere in the urinary tract. The urinary tract consists of organs which filter blood to remove liquid waste (urine) which is then excreted from the body i.e. kidneys, ureter, bladder and urethra. The stones usually form in the kidneys first and then travel to other parts of the urinary tract where they may become stuck in smaller tubes e.g. bladder stones, ureteric stones and kidney stones. The condition is often extremely painful.

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