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• The majority of renal stones are calcium based, including those high in oxalate.
• For all stone formers, increasing urinary volume by 500mls/day or to 2l/day reduces recurrence.
Women affected by hypertension in pregnancy need monitoring for life, and those who are obese should be advised about the risk and be encouraged
to lose weight.
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A recent BMJ review suggests that almost all perianal abscesses require drainage, even if they have spontaneously discharged. Incision and draining can be performed under general or local anaesthesia....More »
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