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How many pounds is a stone?

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Dr. Quresh Khairullah
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
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If you mean kidney stones, they are not assesed in weight, they are mainly assessed by size varying from 1-2 mm to more than 10-15 mm.Very rarely there are bigger around 2 inches.
They all are certainly less than fractions of pounds.

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If you mean kidney stones, they are not assesed in weight, they are mainly assessed by size varying from 1-2 mm to more than 10-15 mm.Very rarely there are bigger around 2 inches.
They all are certainly less than fractions of pounds.
Dr. Quresh Khairullah
Dr. Quresh Khairullah
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Dr. Simon Kimm
Urology

In brief: 14 pounds.

In britain & ireland, body weight is often referred to in "stone", a unit of measure initially used for purposes of trade.
1 stone was set at 14 pounds in the year 1389 by edward iii. A 70 kg person is 154 pounds, or 11 stone. These countries now use the metric system and this system has fallen out of favor since the 1980s.

In brief: 14 pounds.

In britain & ireland, body weight is often referred to in "stone", a unit of measure initially used for purposes of trade.
1 stone was set at 14 pounds in the year 1389 by edward iii. A 70 kg person is 154 pounds, or 11 stone. These countries now use the metric system and this system has fallen out of favor since the 1980s.
Dr. Simon Kimm
Dr. Simon Kimm
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