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|Some Aspects of Kidney Structure and Function, with Comments on Tissue Calcification in the Kidney||1-42|
|The Nature of Urinary Stones||43-64|
|The Structure of Multicomponent Electrolyte Solutions||65-78|
|Measurement of Activity Products in Urine from Stone-Formers and Normal Subjects||79-96|
|Some Observations on the Ultrastructure of "Idiopathic" Human Renal Calculi||97-114|
|Nucleation Mechanisms in Aqueous Solutions, with Comments on Urine||129-144|
|Inhibitors of Mineralization in Urine from Normal and Calculous Subjects||145-156|
|Isolation of Nucleation Inhibitor from Urine||157-160|
|Possible Cellular Aspect of Renal Stone Formation||161-168|
|Crystal Growth from Solution: Interface Structure and Interface Kinetics||169-182|
|Intranephronic Calculosis in the Human Kidney||183-192|
|Crystal Growth and Agglomeration in Solution||193-202|
|Factors in Protein-Mineral Epitaxis||203-214|
|Elastic Properties of Urinary Stones: Some Experimental and Theoretical Observations||215-236|
|Calculogenesis and Stone Triggering||237-242|
|Mathematical Methods for Treating Population Balances in Crystallization||259-274|
|Do Urinary Stones Form by a Coarsening Process?||275-286|
|Analysis of Submicrometer Particle Size Distribution||287-294|
|List of Participants and Registrants||295-298|
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