A 45-year-old grocery sales clerk has been suffering from bouts of severe pain in his left flank region. He blamed it on prolonged standing for 8 hours straight while working. He was taking over-the-counter pain medications for his pain. One day, he found fresh blood in his urine. He went to a doctor who performed urine tests, CT scans, and x-rays. He was diagnosed with urinary calculi.Discuss possible factors that may have been responsible for the development of the stone and use this case to show how the patientâ€™s diet and water intake can help analyze the composition of the calculi.What would be the test results of his white blood cells, blood calcium levels, CT scan, and x-ray?Suggest the best treatment for the patient and a plan to prevent recurrence post-treatment.