Children with kidney stones may not show usual symptoms

11/10/2009 | Reuters

A study has found 53% of 100 children with kidney stones did not have a history of painful or bloody urination. The study found many had general abdominal pain rather than flank pain, which is usually associated with kidney stones.

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