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IP Journal of Urology, Nephrology & Hepatology Science


Pulp stones associated with the renal calculi


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Author Details : Shaik Ali Hassan*, Sumit Bheteja, Geetika Arora

Volume : 2, Issue : 3, Year : 2020

Article Page : 33-35


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Abstract

Pulp calcifications stones are discrete calcifications in the pulp of teeth. They are a frequent finding on bitewing and periapical radiographs. Johnson and Bevelander stated that a single tooth may have stones ranging from 1 to 12 or even more, with sizes varying from minute particle to large masses that occlude the pulp space. They often develop in teeth that appear quite normal in other respects. In this review we say about the relationship of pulp stone with renal caliculi.

Keywords: Pulp Stone, Renal calculi.

How to cite : Hassan S A, Bheteja S, Arora G, Pulp stones associated with the renal calculi. J Urol Nephrol Hepatol Sci 2020;2(3):33-35

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