Caldium oxsalte. Kidney stone removal?

Here are some... Calcium oxalate stone - monohydrate or dihydrate, is the most common kidney stone with monohydrate one as hardest. When and how to remove it should be based on the size, location, number of stones, and kidney anatomical structure and past history of stone passage and management to decide. So, ask and work with Doc closely. Best wish...
Kidney stones. Treatment options for calcium oxylate stones are dictated by the size, location and density of the stone. Eswl (shock wave lithotripsy) is often effective for small to moderate size stones in the kidney or upper ureter. Large stones in the kidney may require pcnl (keyhole surgery with scope through the back). Stones in the lower ureter often require ureteroscopic extraction.