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Figure 1: Microscopic study of calcium oxalate crystals in rat urine. CaOx crystals, viewed under light microscope (×100), in 24 h urine from (a) control animals shows absence of crystals, (b) only Lithocare treated group (800 mg/kg) shows absence of crystals, (c) the untreated group i.e. ethylene glycol treated shows numerous large crystals in urine, (d) ethylene glycol + cystone and the groups receiving lithocare formulation, (e) ethylene glycol + 400 mg/kg, and (f) ethylene glycol + 800 mg/kg for 28 days shows fewer small CaOx crystals in urine compared to ethylene glycol treated animals

Figure 1: Microscopic study of calcium oxalate crystals in rat urine. CaOx crystals, viewed under light microscope (×100), in 24 h urine from (a) control animals shows absence of crystals, (b) only Lithocare treated group (800 mg/kg) shows absence of crystals, (c) the untreated group i.e. ethylene glycol treated shows numerous large crystals in urine, (d) ethylene glycol + cystone and the groups receiving lithocare formulation, (e) ethylene glycol + 400 mg/kg, and (f) ethylene glycol + 800 mg/kg for 28 days shows fewer small CaOx crystals in urine compared to ethylene glycol treated animals