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The deposits in which solvents are appropriate are termed respectively Lithic and Phosphatic.
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Excessive indulgence in animal food or in wine may cause an over-secretion of Lithic acid.
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A suppression of the secretion of the skin causes a lithic deposit in some cases, as in a common "cold."
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Acids dissolve a phosphatic, and Alkalies or their carbonates a lithic deposit, in the body, as well as out of it.
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For the solvent passes out along with each successive quantity of the Lithic or Phosphatic matter that is formed and excreted.
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Similarly, in Oxaluria, oxalic acid is found there; in Lithiasis, lithic acid in excess.
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Hence we are able to trace its conversion into lithic forms until finally its origin disappears in its absorption in later styles.
Alkalies are thus of use in a tendency to lithic acid deposit.
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The moon was high enough to light the entire lithic arena as well as the small temple at its edge.
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It has been used as a solvent for lithic calculi, and in gout, &c.—Dose, 15 to 30 gr.

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