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1,785 Possible Causes for Flattening of the Talar Dome, Hypophosphatemia, Rickets in Children

  • X-Linked Hypophosphatemia

    X-linked hypophosphatemia (XLH) is the most common form of familial hypophosphatemia.[] […] shortening of the talar neck and flattening of the talar dome.[] Abstract X-linked hypophosphatemia is a common cause of metabolic rickets in children in this country. The gene defect is localized to the Xp22 region in man.[]

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    The current patient presented with distal RTA, hypocalcemia, and hypophosphatemia that were found to be secondary to both vitamin D deficiency and pSS.[] Vitamin D deficiency is thought to be linked to rickets in children and to a range of different diseases in adults, including osteoporosis, osteomalacia, cardiovascular diseases[] In this paper, we report two cases showing the deleterious consequences of vitamin D deficiency in HD patients which is characterised by hypophosphatemia, hypocalcemia and[]

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  • Osteomalacia

    Phosphate wasting conditions such as hypophosphatemia or those associated with certain neoplasms can lead to osteomalacia.[] Rickets occurs in children and osteomalacia in adults. Therefore osteomalacia is sometimes referred to as “adult rickets”.[] X-linked Hypophosphatemia Biological: burosumab Phase 3 Expanded Access : An investigational treatment associated with this study is available outside the clinical trial.[]

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  • Rickets

    Our findings indicate that cinacalcet is effective in normalizing the hyperparathyroidism and hypophosphatemia in these cases and in improving the bone pathology.[] […] higher risk of rickets among these children.[] X-linked Hypophosphatemia Network.[]

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  • Renal Tubular Acidosis

    Laboratory investigations revealed chronic kidney disease with serum creatinine of 2.3 mg/dL and creatinine clearance of 40 mL/min, hypokalemia (3.2 mmol/L), hypophosphatemia[] […] in children, or short stature and osteomalacia in adults.[] […] limited to bicarbonate or acid transport and may include defects in resorption of glucose, amino acids, and phosphate yielding concomitant glucosuria, Aminoaciduria, and hypophosphatemia[]

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  • Familial Hypophosphatemia

    Familial syndromes causing hypophosphatemia are considered to be rare in he general population.[] Cho HY, Lee BH, Kang JH, Ha IS, Cheong HI, Choi Y (2005) A clinical and molecular genetic study of hypophosphatemic rickets in children.[] Later in the mid-17 th century it was termed as rickets by Park and Hunter. [1] By the end of the 19th century, the near endemic nature of rickets among children under the[]

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  • Hypocalcemic Vitamin D-Dependent Rickets

    The combination of hypocalcemia and hypophosphatemia causes impaired mineralization of bone that results in rickets and osteomalacia ({17:Liberman and Marx, 2001}).[] Though rickets is rare in developed countries, it is frequent in children in developing countries.[] Severe hypophosphatemia and generalized aminoaciduria were identified then. The levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D were normal.[]

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  • Malnutrition

    Persistent hypophosphatemia unresponsive to supplements should raise clinical alertness. With complete resection of the neoplasm, the symptoms rapidly reverse.[] A lack of vitamin D , for instance, can affect bone formation, causing rickets in children.[] This potentially fatal condition is associated with electrolyte disturbances including hypokalemia and hypophosphatemia In moderate to severe cases of malnutrition, enteral[]

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  • Proximal Renal Tubular Acidosis

    Hypophosphatemia during the follow-up period was more frequent for FS than PRTA (69.2 /-26.1% vs. 7.0 /-25.8%, P[] It may be inherited causing osteomalacia and rickets in children or acquired following autoimmune diseases or following exposure to nephrotoxic agents.[] Hypophosphatemia leads to bone demineralization because phosphate is responsible for calcium resorption in the bones.[]

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  • Hypophosphatemia

    […] with hypophosphatemia.[] Chronic hypophosphatemia, often associated with genetic or acquired renal phosphate-wasting disorders, usually produces abnormal growth and rickets in children and osteomalacia[] Other Tests That May Prove Helpful Diagnostically Skeletal X-rays will demonstrate evidence of osteomalacia in adults and rickets in children in patients with long-standing[]

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