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    [edit] [The] point is you can not find any...

    [edit] [The] point is you can not find any information in any reasearch or scholarly text or study on this problem in a horse. You can find literature on other animals and humans. Trust me I have...
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    http://qjmed.oxfordjournals.org/content/98/4/241.2...

    http://qjmed.oxfordjournals.org/content/98/4/241.2.full

    Vitamin D synthesis as a possible factor in urinary stone formation

    The biosynthetic pathway of Vitamin D12 or...
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    it is not normal for the horse to have all...

    it is not normal for the horse to have all calcium oxelate dihydrate crystals. It is normal for a horse to have copious amounts of calcium carbonate crystals with some calcium oxalate monohydrate and...
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    There is obvious uncharacteristic sensitivity and...

    There is obvious uncharacteristic sensitivity and crankiness to touch around the sheath. In male horses the uerethra wraps up between the hind legs/butt cheeks to the bladder. Vet's could palpate and...
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    He's been ultrasounded everywhere and bloodwork...

    He's been ultrasounded everywhere and bloodwork and scoped and urinalysis multiple times and his organs, and kidneys are all 100% normal and functioning 100% normal. I've seen myself both kidneys,...
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    Calcium Oxalate Dihydrate crystals in Urine

    My gelding has higher than normal amounts of calcium oxalate dihydrate crystals in his urine.

    The saga began in late Oct. with symptoms of a UTI. Ultimately I brought him to NEEMSC in Dover NH...
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