Recent Examples of kidney stone from the Web
He was rushed to a hospital for kidney stones then boarded a flight for his homeland.
María Soto, a 76-year-old retired school worker, has high blood pressure and kidney stones, among other ailments.
The havoc chemo wreaks on her appetite makes her sympathize with his kidney stones and his doctor’s prohibition on eating oysters, a treatment Montaigne considered almost as bad as the illness.
A few weeks ago, severe stomach pain sent Rosa Maria to the hospital, where doctors discovered kidney stones.
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KIDNEY STONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of kidney stone for English Language Learners
medical : a hard object like a small stone that sometimes forms in a kidney and that can cause great pain
medical Definition of kidney stone
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