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Hypercalcaemia and Hypervitaminosis A in Chronic Renal Failure


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Chronic toxicity by vitamin A may occur with long-term ingestion at lower doses in patients with chronic renal failure, but hypercalcaemia is rarely observed in this setting and is probably due to effects of the vitamin A on bone osteoclastic or osteoblastic phenomena. 

14 Jul, 2016
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e-Published: 19 Jul, 2016


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