Benign transient hyperphosphatasaemia associated with adenovirus infection.

Abstract

Benign transient hyperphosphatasaemia in early childhood is a harmless biochemical abnormality which is not commonly known to paediatricians. We describe a typical case in a young child and provide further evidence to support a viral aetiology.

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@article{Ng1995BenignTH, title={Benign transient hyperphosphatasaemia associated with adenovirus infection.}, author={Pak-cheung Ng and C K Y Cheung and Jennifer Tam and Chi K Li}, journal={Journal of paediatrics and child health}, year={1995}, volume={31 6}, pages={561-2} }