Das gleichzeitige Vorkommen von Niereninsuffizienz und Skeletterkrankung ist seit dem letzten Jahrhundert bekannt (LUCAS 1883; Förster 1887). Während LUCAS (1883) noch die Masturbation als Ursache der Knochenveränderungen vermutete, wurde diese von Förster (1887), CAMERON (1918), BARBER (1921, 1926) und PARSONS (1927) als sog. „renale Rachitis“ erkannt. Dieselben Autoren beschrieben auch erstmals die typischen klinischen Zeichen wie vermindertes Wachstum und Reifung des Skeletts, Auftreibungen der Gelenke und Deformitäten der langen Röhrenknochen.


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