Advanced Bone Disease as the Most Common Clinical Presentation of Primary Hyperparathyroidism In Iranians: Clinical And Laboratory Features of 62 Patients from North-Western Iran

  • Montazeri V Barband AR Poorzand, Mobaseri
  • Published 2006

Abstract

he original studies of Albright and Reifenstein characterized primary hyperparathyroidism as a disease of “bones and stones”. The disease at present is recognized most frequently as a totally asymptomatic condition, detection being based on the finding of hypercalcemia in the routine screening of serum calcium levels. The purpose of this cross sectional… (More)

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@inproceedings{Poorzand2006AdvancedBD, title={Advanced Bone Disease as the Most Common Clinical Presentation of Primary Hyperparathyroidism In Iranians: Clinical And Laboratory Features of 62 Patients from North-Western Iran}, author={Montazeri V Barband AR Poorzand and Mobaseri}, year={2006} }