Role of PTH, Vitamin D and Bone Metabolism in Low Protein-Induced Hypercalciuria
Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 208)
Protein calorie malnutrition is a world wide problem affecting 30–40% of hospitalized patients in iniultrial societies and hundred of thousands in developing countries.1,2
KeywordsProtein Calorie Malnutrition Endosteal Surface Ethane Diamine Protein Deprivation Urinary Phosphorus
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