noun, plural cal·cu·li [kal-kyuh-lahy] /ˈkæl kyəˌlaɪ/, cal·cu·lus·es.
Words nearby calculus
Origin of calculus
Examples from the Web for calculi
Biliary fistul communicating externally, caused by the migration of calculi, are comparatively common.
I consider the tartar on the teeth, calculi renales and arthritic nodosities very similar morbid products.
This symptom must not, however, be considered as pathognomonic, since it is observed when calculi are not present.
Stone, as in lithology, the branch of medical science, relating to calculi or concretions.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry|Maximilian Stern
Intestinal concretions (calculi or stones in the intestines).