hypercalcaemic nephropathy

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Defects of kidney function related to a high serum calcium, irrespective of cause. Impaired urine-concentrating ability and reduction in glomerular filtration rate are common features. Histologically, calcific deposits in the kidneys (nephrocalcinosis) may be seen in cases of long-standing hypercalcaemia.

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