EARLY DIAGNOSIS AND PREVENTION OF UROLITHIASIS IN THE ARAL SEA REGIONS

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U. A. Khudaybergenov
Sh. A. Abbosov
A. A. Ollayarov

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The study of the prevalence of morbidity is especially relevant in regions with an unfavorable environmental situation (the Aral Sea region), where, given its nature, an increase in the incidence of urological diseases can be assumed. It has been established that "the difficult environmental situation in the Aral Sea region has become the most important feature of the habitat of the population in this region, which has led to a deterioration in the health of the population and even close to an environmental disaster."

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U. A. Khudaybergenov, Sh. A. Abbosov, & A. A. Ollayarov. (2024). EARLY DIAGNOSIS AND PREVENTION OF UROLITHIASIS IN THE ARAL SEA REGIONS. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 12(2), 115–119. Retrieved from https://giirj.com/index.php/giirj/article/view/6439
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