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Ninety-one infants with rickets presented to hospital with hypocalcaemia.
Vitamin D deficiency should be considered in infants presenting
with hypocalcaemic convulsion.
Aim: Hypocalcaemia evaluation of the clinical, biochemical and radiological features of 91 infants with rickets who presented as hypocalcaemic convulsions.
Subjects andMethods: Ninety-one hypocalcaemic infants who were brought to hospital with convulsion and diag-nosed with rickets related to vitamin D deficiency according to their clinical, biochemical and radio-logical features were retrospectively reviewed.