Resources and Materials Describing Methods at Herring Lab



Although the procedures and methods employed in this laboratory are generally understood and well documented, a detailed, comprehensive explanation of our "integrated analysis" approach may be found in our chapter, "Analysis of Urinary Calculi" found in the book "Stones", edited by R.A. Roth and B. Finlayson. Additional information may be found in various publications also authored and/or co-authored by members of our staff as listed below:


*      Ettinger, B., Oldroyd, N. O., Sorgel, F.: "Triamterene Nephrolithiasis." JAMA, Vol. 244, No. 2, Nov.28, 1980.


*      Ettinger, Oldroyd, & Sorgel: "Renal Calculi in Triamterene Users." Urolithiasis-Clinical & Basic Research. (by) Smith, Robertson & Finlayson, p.131-137. Plenum Press, 1981.

*      Herring, L.C.: "Observations on the Analysis of Ten Thousand Urinary Calculi." The Journal of Urol., Vol. 88, No.4, 1962.

*      Herring, L.C. and Keefer, D.H.: "A Radiologic Study of Inorganic Urinary Calculi."Arch Environ Health, Vol. 22, Feb. 1971.

*      Oldroyd, Norman O. and Robert F. Wideman, Jr.: "Characterization and Composition of Uroliths from Domestic Fowl." Poultry Science, Vol. 65, pp.1090-1094, 1986.

*      Osborne, Carl A., D.V.M., Ph.D., Norman O.Oldroyd, B.Sc., and Chris W. Clinton, M.T.: " Etiopathogenesis of Uncommon Canine Uroliths". Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice, Vol. 16, No. 2, March 1986.

*      Reid, John D., Chang-Hyun Choi, and Norman O. Oldroyd.:"Calcium Oxalate Crystals in the Thyroid".Journal of Clinical Pathology, Vol. 87, No.4, April, 1987, pp. 443-454.

*      Roth, Robert A. and Birdwell Finlayson (ed).: "Clinical Management of Urolithiasis."International Perspectives in Urology, Vol. 6., Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, 1983.

*      Streitz, John M., Arthur C. Aufderheide, Mahmoud El Najjar and Donald Ortner.:"A 1,500-Year-Old Bladder Stone." Journal of Urology, Vol.126, p. 452, 1981.

*      Trainor, Lance D., MD; James P. Steinberg, MD; Glenn W. Austin; and Harvey M. Solomon, MD:  "Indinavir Crystalluria:  Identification of Patients at Increased Risk of Developing Nephrotoxicity."  Arch. Pathol. Lab. Med., Vol. 122, pp. 256-259, March 1998.

*      Watson, Ettinger, Deshon, Agee & Oldroyd: "Triamterene Stone: Advantage of Crystallographic Analysis."Urology, Vol. XVII, No. 3, Sept. 1981.

*      Wideman, Robert F., Jr. and Barrett S. Cowen.:"Effect of Dietary Acidification on Kidney Damage Induced in Immature Chickens by Excess Calcium and Infectious Bronchitis Virus."Paper No. 7419 in the Journal Series of the Pennsylvania Agricultural Experiment Station.

*      Wideman, Robert F., William B. Roush, Joyce L. Satnick, Raymond P. Glahn and Norman O. Oldroyd.:"Methionine Hydroxy Analog (Free Acid) Reduces Avian Kidney Damage and Urolithiasis Induced by Excess Dietary Calcium." Journal of Nutrition, Vol. 119, pp.818-828., 1989.




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