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What's the relashionship between having hypophosphotemia and hypercalcemia !
I think both of these minerals has separate mechanism !!!
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The most common reason for this combination would be primary hyperparathyroidism. PTH is a phosphoturic hormone and retains calcium via enhanced tubular reabsorption. Another possible (but rare) example might be Fanconi syndrome (with renal phosphate wasting) with concomitant multiple myeloma causing hypercalcemia.

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Dr. Jordan Weinstein
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