Antiurolithiatic activity of phytochemical extracts: A review
Phytochemical extracts are constantly being evaluated for possible antiurolithiatic activity in a progressive manner. Hyperoxaluria and hypercalciuria are among the major risk factors in pathogenesis of urinary stone formation; evaluation of various medicinal plants are done mainly against calcium oxalate and magnesium ammonium phosphate types of kidney stones, through making use of various experimental models of urolithiasis. Attempt was taken to review the antiurolithiatic activity of certain herbal extracts to provide information for further research.
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