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What is the actual size of kidney stones?
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Dr. Phillip Porch
General Practice
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In brief: It varies
Stones can be anywhere from a millimeter (1/25 of an inch) up to a staghorn stone that fills the kidney an could measure 8-9 centimeters in size (several inches across).

In brief: It varies
Stones can be anywhere from a millimeter (1/25 of an inch) up to a staghorn stone that fills the kidney an could measure 8-9 centimeters in size (several inches across).
Dr. Phillip Porch
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Dr. Philip Chao
Radiology
In brief: Various
They can range in size from grains of sand to a couple of cm in diameter which we call a staghorn calculus.

In brief: Various
They can range in size from grains of sand to a couple of cm in diameter which we call a staghorn calculus.
Dr. Philip Chao
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