[Phosphocalcic anomalies and bone fragility keys for the general practitioner].


How to recognize secondary causes of bone fragility in relation with an abnormal calcium and phosphate laboratory in general practice ? Through clinical cases presentations we will discuss the calcium and phosphate abnormalities which can be related to bone fragility and for which a-specific approach must be proposed. It can be abnormal results of calcium, phosphate or vitamin D. Some causes are frequent, others are iatrogenic, and others are related to a rare disease sometimes of genetic cause which consequences are more important than expected.

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@article{AubryRozier2017PhosphocalcicAA, title={[Phosphocalcic anomalies and bone fragility keys for the general practitioner].}, author={B{\'e}reng{\`e}re Aubry-Rozier and Delphine Stoll and Elena Gonzalez-Rodriguez}, journal={Revue medicale suisse}, year={2017}, volume={13 559}, pages={838-843} }