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By comparing people who have kidney stones to people who do not have kidney stones, we hope to learn what causes kidney stones to form and determine if kidney stones lead to loss of kidney function or kidney disease.
The purpose of this study is to determine if models predicting symptomatic recurrence (Recurrence of Kidney Stones score) in the prospective cohort study (IRB #08-006541) also predict radiographic stone formation and growth among 300 incident stone formers at Mayo Clinic Rochester and 55 incident stone formers at Mayo Clinic Florida in our current prospective cohort.
The purpose of this study is to find out if the size of a donor's remaining kidney or the microscopic appearance of a tissue biopsy from the donated kidney is predictive of long-term kidney function and overall health.
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