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Common Use:
To identify patients who are at risk for renal calculus formation or hyperoxaluria related to malabsorption.

Urine from a timed specimen collected in a clean plastic collection container with hydrogen chloride (HCl) as a preservative.

Normal Findings:
(Method: Spectrophotometry)

Conventional UnitsSI Units (Conventional Units × 11.1)
Children and adults0–40 mg/24 hr0–444 micromol/24 hr

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