A kidney stone is a solid concretion or crystal aggregation that is formed in the kidneys, from dietary minerals in the urine. Urinary stones are typically classified by their location in the kidney, ureter and bladder. Kidney stones are also referred to as renal calculus.
Kidney stones is a urological disorder, which results in the formation of solid concretions in the kidney. These concretions are in the form of crystals or pebbles. Kidney stones is medically referred to as nephrolithiasis, and can cause severe pain in the kidney.
Kidney stones are solid build ups of substances that form in the tubal system of the kidney. They are also referred to as renal lithiasis and mainly block the urine out of the kidney. It is a common condition in children.