Hereditary disorders of renal phosphate wasting

  title={Hereditary disorders of renal phosphate wasting},
  author={Amir Said Alizadeh Naderi and Robert F. Reilly},
  journal={Nature Reviews Nephrology},
Inherited diseases of renal phosphate handling lead to urinary phosphate wasting and depletion of total body phosphorus stores. Clinical sequelae of inherited disorders that are associated with increased urinary phosphate excretion are deleterious and can lead to abnormal skeletal growth and deformities. This Review describes hereditary disorders of renal phosphate wasting taking into account developments in our understanding of renal phosphate handling from the last decade. The cloning of… CONTINUE READING
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