Kidney Stones in Children and Teens Podcast

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Over the past 20 years, the probability of having a kidney stone before the age of 18 has approximately doubled. In this Primary Care Perspectives podcast episode, Gregory Tasian, MD, attending urologist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), explores why, including factors like temperatures and medication, which have emerged in recent studies as contributing factors. He also discusses signs and symptoms, recurrence risks, and a collaborative approach to providing care for children and adolescents with stone disease. Published May 2018.

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