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39 Possible Causes for Alkaline Phosphatase Increased, Costochondritis, Hypoalbuminemia

  • Third Trimester Pregnancy

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  • Polymyalgia Rheumatica

    Other laboratory signs of inflammation may include: thrombocytosis, leukocytosis, anemia, hypoalbuminemia, polyclonal hypergammaglobulinemia, and an elevated ferritin.[] Of five patients with costochondritis, four remained asymptomatic.[] Platelet counts are often increased. • Liver function tests reveal normal transaminase enzyme levels. Alkaline phosphatase may be mildly increased.[]

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    Generalized edema with hypoalbuminemia frequently occurred despite regular albumin supplements. Multiple vitamins initially were not supplied regularly.[] Costochondral thickening can look like beadlike prominences along the lateral chest wall (rachitic rosary).[] Juvenile Paget's disease (JPD) is a rare heritable osteopathy characterized biochemically by markedly increased serum alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activity emanating from generalized[]

  • Pancreatic Insufficiency

    Over time, weight loss, anorexia, muscle wasting and flatulence ensue, while severe cases suffer from profound hypoalbuminemia that can manifest with leukonychia.[] Other skeletal abnormalities include metaphyseal dysostosis (45% of patients), thoracic dystrophy (rib cage abnormalities in 46% of patients) and costochondral thickening[] Subsequently, the presence of hypercalcemia and increased alkaline phosphatase activity in the serum led to the discovery of a parathyroid adenoma.[]

  • Osteomalacia

    If hypoalbuminemia is present, serum ionized calcium determinations may be more useful.[] Enlargement of the ends of the ribs ('rachitic rosary') due to expansion of the costochondral junction in a 3- to 6-month-old child.[] He had a gastrectomy for cancer 7 years previously, with severe vitamin D deficiency; parathormone and alkaline phosphatase were increased, with reduced serum and urine calcium[]

  • Osteomyelitis

    Nine patients (35 %) were smokers, and three patients (12 %) had hypoalbuminemia.[] With respect to intravenous drug addicts of brown heroin, these patients seem to often present with involvement of the costochondral joints [ 247, 250, 623, 719, 1281, 1368[] Apart from the high incidence of HIV infection and hypoalbuminemia in our series, the pattern of causative organisms identified in our cases appears to differ somewhat from[]

  • Secondary Hyperparathyroidism

    In patients with hypoalbuminemia, corrected calcium should be calculated or, alternatively, an ionized calcium should be.[] On examination, she had a short stature (146 cm), frontal bossing of the cranium, bulging of the costochondral junctions (rachitic rosary) and bowing of the lower limbs.[] phosphatase) and fracture risk.6 In DOPPS I and II, risks of new fracture were 42% and 67% in patients with mildly and markedly increased alkaline phosphatase levels, respectively[]

  • Familial Hypophosphatemia

    […] acrodermatitis Zinc and essential fatty acid deficiencies Low serum or urinary zinc level Hyperpigmented dermatitis Niacin deficiency Edema and/or ascites Protein malabsorption Hypoalbuminemia[] Axial skeleton shows the following: Costochondral junction shows cupping and splaying of rib ends. Spine shows scoliosis or lordosis and biconcave vertebral bodies.[] […] leads to a compensatory increase in PTH and bone resorption bone resorption leads to increased alkaline phosphatase levels Clinical findings rachitic rosary (enlargement of costochondral[]

  • Hereditary Neonatal Hyperparathyroidism

    In hypoalbuminemia, measured serum calcium is often low, mainly reflecting a low concentration of protein-bound calcium, while ionized calcium can be normal.[] […] calcification), the DiGeorge syndrome (typical facies, cardiac abnormalities), or rachitic changes (bowed legs or "knock knees", widened metaphyses of the long bones, prominent costochondral[] Rachitic infants and children often have “flaring” (widening) of the wrists, knobby prominence of costochondral junctions (“rachitic rosary”), and a prominent indentation[]

  • Hypocalcemic Vitamin D-Dependent Rickets

    Pseudohypocalcemia describes the situation in which the total calcium is reduced due to hypoalbuminemia, but the corrected [Ca 2 ] (see Calcium, Hypercalcemia, Diagnostic[] Rickets is a disease characterized by bone deformities, enlargement of the wrists and costochondral junctions, decreased muscle tone and, in infants, craniotabes and delayed[] Increased alkaline phosphatase. Increased phosphaturia. Increased levels of parathyroid hormone. Morphological changes Demineralization of the skeleton.[]

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