Renal Hypophosphatemic Rickets
Renal hyponhosphatemic rickets is a renal tubular disorder which has fascinated workers in the field for a long time (1–7). The condition is concurrently known as sex-linked dominant hypophosphatemic rickets, vitamin D resistant rickets and familial hypophosphatemia. Recent advances in phosphate metabolism, pathophysiology, and treatment will be reviewed here.
KeywordsToxicity Filtration Dehydration Dura Hypercalcemia
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