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Introduction: Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) caused by many things, one of which is urinary tract stones. Urinary tract stones are stones that form in the urinary tract, which include kidney stones, ureters, bladder, and urethra. The prevalence of CKD in Indonesia is 0.08% (around 200,000 people), and 48% of them are less than 50 years old. Physiologically, starting from the age of 50, the kidneys will experience a significant decrease in function due to a decrease in the number of nephrons about 20%. Each year the death caused by CKD is around 850,000. Purpose: this study was to determine the relationship between urinary tract stones and the incidence of CKD at the Sultan Agung Islamic Hospital in Semarang. Method: The design in this study is a case control, respondents with consecutive sampling technique, the sample may be 77 urology patients treated at RSI Sultan Agung, univariate test analysis with frequency distribution to see the prevalence of frequency by gender and age, bivariate analysis with Chi Square. Results: The results obtained for the age of the respondents, seen from the sexes of the most men, were 77.9% and women were 22.1%, respondents who were seen from the most were <50 years 55.2% and> 50 years 46, 8% In the Bivariate analysis with Chi Square, it was found that there was a relationship between urinary tract stones and the incidence of CKD at Sultan Agung Islamic Hospital Semarang with a p value of 0.018 <0.05. The OR value was 3,861 with an IK / Confidence Interval of 1,203 - 12,388, which means that urinary tract stone patients were a risk factor of 3,861 times the incidence of CKD compared to patients without urinary tract stones. Discussion The relationship between urinary stones and the incidence of CKD at Sultan Agung Islamic Hospital Semarang.