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Urolithiasis

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Urolithiasis

Urolithiasis is the formation of calculi in the urinary tract, also called kidney and bladder calculi or stones, or urinary tract stones. The stones are rock hard crystal aggregations of all shapes and sizes. Sludge is the name given to the thick, almost toothpaste consistency deposit that can build up in the rabbit's bladder or kidneys and is a separate condition to stones, but the two conditions may be related.
 

Urinalysis: struvite stones
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