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abdollahpour B, sobhanilari S. Investigating the relationship between risk factors and recurrence of urolithiasis in patients referring to health centers in the city of Lar. J Res Urol 2019; 3 (2) :68-82
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1- lar-azad university, azad university-lar-fars-iran , farshid2743@yahoo.com
2- lar-azad university, azad university-lar-fars-iran
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Introduction & Aim : After urinary tract infections and prostate diseases, urolithiasis are the third cause of referral to urological clinics. The purpose of this study was to investigate the association of urolithiasis with risk factors .
Methods & materials : This is a cross-sectional descriptive-analytic study. The sample size was 200 patients and The data collection tool was a questionnaire containing demographic information and risk factors of kidney stone . Data was entered into IBMSPSS-25 software and  for their analysis of descriptive statistics ; Spearman and Kendall correlation coefficients ,Chi-square test, , factor analysis, cluster analysis , the order and Poisson regression was used.
Results: Using Spearman & Kendall defined that the relationship between the dependent variable of recurrence of stone with demographic variables and risk factors, is about 0.01 meaningful level . With the Chi-square test, it became clear that there is a relationship between juice and tea consume with recurrence and by measuring  symmetry, it was determined that the relationship in terms of power, is in the average. . It was obvious that people with education level of illiterate to BA  has less recurrence and the amount of low mobility causes recurrence Significantly. In Poisson regression with effect of duration of morbidity , it was determined that age between 15-40 years have more recurrence Significantly.
Conclusion : study showed that kidney stones in young men has more recurrence rate. Low mobility, education, the consumption of tea and urinary tract infection have positive and significant relationship with recurrence of stone.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Andrology
Received: 2019/07/28 | Accepted: 2019/10/30 | Published: 2020/06/26

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