Bladder stones are little mineral masses that advance in the bladder, typically when the urine gets focused. Urolithiasis alludes to stones in any part of the urinary tract, incorporating the kidneys,bladder or urethra.
The stones could be called calculi. Spinal line damages that bring about urinary incontinence, an expanded prostate, or repeating urinary tract contaminations are regular explanations for focused and stagnant urine. Assuming that urine remains…
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