EFFECT OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACTS OF ABUTILON INDICUM, ZEA MAYS AND COMBINATION ON CALCIUM OXALATE UROLITHIASIS IN RAT
In the present study the effect of calcium oxalate urolithiasis urinary risk factor of ethanolic extract of Abutilon indicum, Zea mays and their combination have been studied in albino rats. From this study it is deduced that the possible effect of the ethanolic extract of Abutilon indicum, Zea mays and their combination can be assigned to be positive effect on the main urolithiasis risk factors.
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