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Tajieva Zebo Bakhodirovna
Masharipov Sanatbek Atanazarovich


Study of the structure, combined pathology of the kidneys and the digestive system of nonmicrobial etiology are researched in this article. A survey of 120 children with oxalate nephropathy was conducted. The age of children from 3 to 14 years are examined. All children underwent general clinical studies, biochemical analysis of blood and urine, EFGDS, ultrasound of the abdominal organs and kidneys, a study of feces for dysbiosis. When oxalate nephropathy revealed a high frequency of combination of pathology of the gastrointestinal tract. The most common athologies of the digestive tract, which was detected in children with oxalate nephropathy, are: chronic gastritis (32%), biliary tract dysfunction (56%), duodenal ulcer (3%), and chronic enterocolitis (9%). Impaired bowel function, in the form of dysbiosis, was detected in 65.3% of children with oxalate nephropathy.

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Tajieva Zebo Bakhodirovna, & Masharipov Sanatbek Atanazarovich. (2021). RELATIONSHIP OF OXALATE NEPHROPATHY AND DIGESTIVE PATHOLOGY IN CHILDREN. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 9(11), 187–190. Retrieved from


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