Original communication| Volume 4, ISSUE 5, P673-679, November 1938

The role of urea-splitting organisms in the formation of certain types of stones in the urinary tract

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      An attempt is made to emphasize the relation of alkaline infections to stone formation in the urinary tract. Useful methods worked out by the late Dr. Joseph Hume are presented.
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