PMID: 8627822May 1, 1996

Urolithiasis and cystic fibrosis

The Journal of Urology
L A MatthewsM I Resnick

Abstract

We determined whether cystic fibrosis patients are at increased risk for the development of urolithiasis. Telephone interviews were conducted with 201 cystic fibrosis patients older than 15 years to identify those with a history of urolithiasis. Histories were confirmed by chart review, and only patients with urolithiasis documented by excretory urography, renal ultrasound or spontaneous passage of a stone were included. A total of 11 patients (5.5%) had documented urolithiasis, with 2 or more episodes in 7. Mean age at initial episode was 27.0 years (range 19 to 33). Cystic fibrosis patients may be at increased risk for urolithiasis compared to age-specific prevalence rates for stone disease in the general population.

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