Iatrogenic osteomalacia and myopathy due to phosphate depletion.

@article{Baker1974IatrogenicOA,
  title={Iatrogenic osteomalacia and myopathy due to phosphate depletion.},
  author={Laurence R. I. Baker and Peter Ackrill and W. R. Cattell and Trevor C B Stamp and Lea Watson},
  journal={British medical journal},
  year={1974},
  volume={3 5924},
  pages={150-2}
}
In a patient receiving regular dialysis prolonged hypophosphataemia due to aluminium hydroxide therapy resulted in osteomalacia and severe proximal myopathy. Both osteomalacia and myopathy responded to correction of hypophosphataemia without vitamin D therapy. 

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