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What is High Oxalate?

Hyperoxaluria (hyper=high, oxalate= naturally-occurring substance found in plants, animals, and in humans) is a condition resulting from high oxalate levels in the urine due to either hyper- absorption of oxalate from the diet (secondary) or from overproduction of oxalate by the liver (primary).

Hyperoxaluria can initially cause the development of kidney stones or can lead to kidney damage (nephrocalcinosis), chronic kidney disease, end-stage renal disease and dialysis. Effective management of hyperoxaluria could reduce the number of interventions required for the management of kidney stones such as emergency room visits, hospital admissions, extractions and lithotripsy.

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