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Will parathyroid surgery fix my kidney stones?

Surgery for primary hyperparathyroidism will not fix existing kidney stones but it decreases the formation of new kidney stones among those patients with kidney stones and primary hyperparathyroidism. A small group of patients (around 10%) will continue to form stones following parathyroid surgery.

For more information go the endocrinediseases.org:

Signs and symptoms of parathyroid disease: Kidney stones

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