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Störungen des Kalzium-Phosphat-Stoffwechsels

  • K. Kruse

Zusammenfassung

Der extrazelluläre Kalzium-Phosphat-Stoffwechsel wird vorwiegend durch die beiden Hormone Parathormon (PTH) und 1,25-DihydroxyVitamin D[l,25 (OH)2D oder Calcitriol] durch Einwirkung auf ihre wichtigsten Zielorgane Darm, Skelett und Nieren gesteuert.

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