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A History of an Old and Still New Disease: Urinary Lithiasis


Dan Mischianu, Dan Spinu, Cătălin Pricop, Ovidiu Bratu

We believe that with the apparition of the first settlements and the act of eating also appeared the first potentially urinary lithiasis patients.

One of the "leading minds"[1] of the twentieth century, Margaret Mead (1901-1978) (fig. 1), renowned anthro-pologist used to say "it is easier to change a nation religion rather its eating habits".

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