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Intestinal absorption of aluminum

  • Frederik A. de Wolff
  • Gijsbert B. van der Voet
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Part of the Developments in Nephrology book series (DINE, volume 26)

Abstract

Aluminum (Al) toxicity is most often related to parenteral exposure by means of haemodialysis with Al-contaminated dialysate. This is understandable because in the past decade convincing evidence was found for a causal relationship between Al in dialysis fluid on the one hand, and encephalopathy, vitamin D-resistant osteomalacia, and normochromic microcytic anemia on the other.

Keywords

Chronic Renal Failure Intestinal Absorption Aluminium Hydroxide Dialysis Encephalopathy Plasma Aluminum Level 
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  • Frederik A. de Wolff
  • Gijsbert B. van der Voet

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