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matrix calculus


Definition: a yellowish-white to light tan urinary calculus containing calcium salts, with the consistency of putty; composed chiefly of an organic matrix consisting of a mucoprotein and a sulfated mucopolysaccharide, and usually associated with chronic infection.

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