Primary hyperparathyroidism in north India: a description of 52 cases

@article{Bhansali2005PrimaryHI,
  title={Primary hyperparathyroidism in north India: a description of 52 cases},
  author={A. Bhansali and S. Masoodi and K. S. Reddy and Arunanshu Behera and B. das Radotra and B. Mittal and R. N. Katariya and R. Dash},
  journal={Annals of Saudi Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={25},
  pages={29 - 35}
}
  • A. Bhansali, S. Masoodi, +5 authors R. Dash
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine
  • Annals of Saudi Medicine
  • BACKGROUND Primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT) has a variable clinical expression. Symptomatic PHPT is still the predominant form of the disease in many parts of the world, especially developing countries. Because the clinical profile of the disease has changed from that described in the past, we sought to improve our understanding of the disease in patients in north India. METHODS We summarized the clinical presentation, biochemical and radiological features, and operative findings from the… CONTINUE READING
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