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hypophosphatemia


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hypophosphatemia

hypophosphatemia

hypophosphatemia

The Refeeding Syndrome and Hypophosphatemia

Medication-induced hypophosphatemia: a review

MP684EARLY POST RENALTRANSPLANT HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA

Hypophosphatemia following open heart surgery: incidence and consequences

Sorafenib-induced diarrhea and hypophosphatemia: mechanisms and therapeutic implications

Sorafenib may induce hypophosphatemia through a fibroblast growth factor-23 (FGF23)-independent mechanism

Pex Gene Deletions in Gy and Hyp Mice Provide Mouse Models for X-Linked Hypophosphatemia

MP380SERUM FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 23 LEVELS IN PATIENTS WITH HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA DUE TO FANCONI SYNDROME

Hypophosphatemia during continuous hemodialysis is associated with prolonged respiratory failure in patients with acute kidney injury

SP771POST RENAL TRANSPLANTATION HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA IS ASSOCIATED WITH HIGH FGF23 LEVEL

Evidence for a role of PDZ domain-containing proteins to mediate hypophosphatemia in calcium stone formers

SaO029CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE MODIFIES DEVELPMENT OF HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA AFTER FERRIC CARBOXYMALTOSE INFUSION

MP616THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA AND OUTCOMES DURING TWO DIFFERENT INTENSITIES OF CONTINUOUS RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA AND OUTCOMES DURING TWO DIFFERENT INTENSITIES OF CONTINUOUS RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY

Multilineage somatic activating mutations in HRAS and NRAS cause mosaic cutaneous and skeletal lesions, elevated FGF23 and hypophosphatemia

P769 Hypophosphatemia in patients with inflammatory bowel disease after intravenous iron infusion: One centre prospective study

Serum FGF23 levels may not be associated with serum phosphate and 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D levels in patients with Fanconi syndrome–induced hypophosphatemia

 

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An inherited condition (also known as vitamin D-resistant rickets) in which there are abnormalities of dentine in addition to skeletal abnormalities. The pulp chambers are abnormally large and the pulp horns often extend to the amelodentinal junction. Teeth are lost prematurely due to pulp necrosis and periapical infection.

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