Kidney stone is one of the common diseases of the urinary system, according to the different components of stones, kidney stones can be pided into calcium oxalate, calcium phosphate stones, uric acid (urate stones), struvite stones, cystine stones and stones six. Most purine stones may be a mixture of two or more than two kinds of ingredients are as follows. The symptoms of all kinds of stones:

1, calcium oxalate stone: stone in 80% ~ 84%, often a tawny or stone copper, smooth surface (calcium oxalate monohydrate), rough (calcium oxalate dihydrate), the incidence of male is more common, more family history, clearly visible in X-ray. Urinary sediment often calcium oxalate crystallization.

Treatment of calcium oxalate stone under back row with traditional Chinese medicine characteristics therapy

2, calcium phosphate stones: accounting for 6% to 9% stones, stones are white, rough surface, often antlers, hard texture. Often in alkaline urine. In young men more common, and more family history, in the X-ray film is clearly visible
Treatment of calcium oxalate stone under back row with traditional Chinese medicine characteristics therapy

3, uric acid (urate stones): stone in 6% - 10%, smooth surface, often with staghorn, yellow or brown, hard texture, in X-ray blurred or not. In males, especially in patients with gout are more common, usually have a family history of urinary sediment visible in urine. Acid crystal.

4, struvite stones: Stone 6%-9%, stone yellow or dirty gray, dendritic or staghorn, soft texture. The female is more common, more patients with urinary tract infection, not through the X-ray. The urinary sediment visible in the crystallization of magnesium ammonium phosphate.

5, cystine stones: less than 2% of stones, stone color yellow or white, smooth surface, round, not easy to pass through the X light, often in acidic urine. Urine sediment visible cystine crystallization

6, xanthine stone: this stone rarely seen, color white or yellow brown, texture is very fragile, can not pass through the X light, usually in acidic urine formation