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BOF: 31

A 35 -year-old male with presents with spasmodic pain radiating from his left loin to his left groin.  He has previously had an ileocolic resection for Crohn’s disease, which was well controlled on azathioprine.

On examination his abdomen was soft, there was tenderness in the left loin. Urinalysis

Blood +++ 

Protein or Nitrates negative

pH 5.5

X-ray KUB radio-opaque area over left ureter

What is the most likely cause of the renal stone?

a)      Calcium

b)      Oxalate

c)      Cysteine

d)      Xanthine

e)      Urate

 

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