Comparison of the number of patients admitted with renal colic during various stages of peri-ramadan month
Saudi Journal of Kidney Diseases and Transplantation — Abdolreza N et al. | November 17, 2011
Results from this study show that the number of admissions due to renal colic was high during the first two weeks of Ramadan. However, the number of admissions decreased during the last two weeks of Ramadan and this trend continued after Ramadan.
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