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Calcium (Hypocalciemia)3412Kalzium (Hypokalziaemie)

1 alpha hydroxylase

Autoantibodies Anti CASR

Autoimmune polyglandular syndrome

Calcium (Hypercalciemia)

Calcium (Hypocalciemia)

Magnesium (Hypermagnesiemia)

Magnesium (Hypomagnesiemia)

Phosphate (Hyperphosphatemia)

Phosphate (Hypophosphatemia)

Receptor (Vitamin D)

Ricketts

Thyroid and parathyroid (Ectomy)

vitamin D dependent rickets1

Vitamin D dependent rickets2

Vitamin D

2008  
1
Disorders involving calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium.
[18486714] Prim Care 35(2): 215-37, v-vi (2008)
2008  
2
Causes and differential diagnosis of hypocalcemia--recommendation proposed by expert panel supported by ministry of health, labour and welfare, Japan.
[18490837] Endocr J 55(5): 787-94 (2008)
2010  
3
2009  
4
Anti-parathyroid and anti-calcium sensing receptor antibodies in autoimmune hypoparathyroidism.
[19328421] Endocrinol Metab Clin North Am 38(2): 437-45, x (2009)
2011  
5
2003  
6
The investigation of hypocalcaemia and rickets.
[12716711] Arch Dis Child 88(5): 403-7 (2003)
2011  
7
Reliable early prediction for different types of post-thyroidectomy hypocalcemia.
[21716957] Clin Exp Otorhinolaryngol 4(2): 95-100 (2011)

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