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Oral antibiotics may raise risk of kidney stones

Thursday 24th May 2018

Children and adults treated with some oral antibiotics have a higher risk of developing kidney stones, paediatric researchers have suggested.


Researchers said this is the first time these medicines have been linked to this condition. The strongest risks appeared at younger ages, and also among patients most recently exposed to antibiotics.


Commenting on the findings, study leader Dr Gregory Tasian, a paediatric urologist at Children...

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