Screening for Kidney Stones
Screening is done to find a health problem early and treat it. Tests may be given to people who do not have symptoms but who may be at risk for the health problem.
Screening Guidelines and Tests
There are no screening tests for kidney stones.
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- Adrienne Carmack, MD
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