Rapid suppression of plasma alkaline phosphatase activity after renal transplantation in patients with osteodystrophy.


Plasma alkaline phosphate activity is a important marker of increased skeletal turnover (both resorption and formation) and bone disease in uraemia, but its value after renal transplantation is uncertain. The rate of fall of alkaline phosphatase was compared in three groups of uraemic patients with osteodystrophy and elevated serum alkaline phosphatase… (More)


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