Sorry, don't mean to be a PITA but it's best to ask the physician who gave you these results to interpret them for you. If you're not satisfied with that answer, get a second opinion (be sure to give report to that 2nd physic
Kidney stones can be one form of calcium deposit, but calcium deposits can occur in many places other than the kidney!
Ode To A Kidney Stone – Part 2by
only kidney stones, but also metastatic calcifications (cancer), arthritis and hardening of the arteries...)
The most common kidney stone type contains calcium in combination with either oxalate or phosphate...