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Enteric Hyperoxaluria (Frequent Kidney Stones)

Enteric Hyperoxaluria (a large amount of oxalate in your urine), that is caused by an underlying gastrointestinal condition that leads to absorption of too much oxalate from foods (enteric hyperoxaluria). Examples of such conditions are: Crohn’s disease and other inflammatory bowel diseases with involvement of the small intestine, after gastric bypass surgery or surgery to remove a section of your intestine, disorders of the pancreas due to cystic fibrosis or pancreatitis and other conditions that lead to abnormal absorption. A common symptom is frequent kidney stones. 

CCR is now AMR Mobile

About AMR-Mobile

We are one of 16 locations across the United States. Our name has changed, but the mission remains the same- discover new treatments and impact lives along the Gulf Coast through clinical research trials.