Norman D Proyor

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A male infant of healthy parents (birth weight 3374 gm) developed tetany at 6 days of age. hPTH was diagnosed based on hypercalcemia (6.9 mg/dl), hyperphosphatemia (9.0 mg/dl), hypercalcemic and phosphaturic response to paratharmone with clinical and biochemical response to vitamin D (25000 units). Hyposthenuria was noted at 6 mos. The child was reevaluated(More)
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