Na Guan, M.D kamagra ., Ph.D., Qingfeng Fan, M.D., Ph.D., Jie Ding, M.D., Ph.D., Yiming Zhao, Ph.D., Jingqiao Lu, Ph.D., Yi Ai, M.D., Guobin Xu, M.S., Sainan Zhu, M.S., Chen Yao, M.D., Lina Jiang, M.D., Jing Miao, M.D., Han Zhang, M.D., Dan Zhao, M.D., Xiaoyu Liu, M.D., and Yong Yao, M.D.: Melamine-Contaminated Powdered Formula and Urolithiasis in Young Children An epidemic of urinary tract stones in small children, most under 36 months of age, occurred in China recently. On September 12, 2008, the Chinese federal government announced that the epidemic was most likely linked to melamine contamination of powdered-milk formulation for infants, and a policy of free of charge screening for urinary stones in children was instituted.
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