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Urinary calculi in the elderly

Urinary calculi can be divided into upper urinary tract stones and lower urinary tract stones. Upper urinary tract stones are located in the kidney and ureter, and lower urinary tract stones are located in the bladder and urethra. Therefore, lower urinary tract stones are one of the more common diseases in the elderly.

Symptoms

Elderly renal cell carcinoma

Senile urinary incontinence

Senile nephrotic syndrome

Acute glomerulonephritis after streptococcal infection

Benign prostatic hyperplasia of the elderly

Diabetic nephropathy in the elderly

benign prostatic hyperplasia

Benign arteriolar nephrosclerosis caused by essential hypertension in the elderly

Renal damage in rheumatoid arthritis

Phosphatidylcholine cholesterol acyltransferase deficiency

Renal damage in rheumatoid arthritis

Cryoglobulinemia and renal damage

Sickle cell nephropathy

Bromopermethrin poisoning

Subacute combined degeneration of spinal cord in the elderly

Lafora's disease

Diabetic peripheral neuropathy in the elderly

Riley day syndrome

Shay dregg syndrome in the elderly

Lai's syndrome

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