Regulation of renal phosphate reabsorption: concepts in evolution

@article{Hruska1987RegulationOR,
  title={Regulation of renal phosphate reabsorption: concepts in evolution},
  author={Keith A. Hruska},
  journal={Pediatric Nephrology},
  year={1987},
  volume={1},
  pages={657-663}
}
Man exists in a state of Pi balance during stable conditions of normal dietary intake. Dietary intake provides approximately 20 mg/kg phosphorus; balance is maintained by excreting an equal amount in the feces (7 mg/kg per day) and the urine (13 mg/kg per day). Because of the predominant role of the kidney in Pi excretion, the renal reabsorption of phosphorus can be considered to be the major mechanism by which the body maintains Pi homeostasis. Approximately 85% of plasma Pi is filtered at the… CONTINUE READING
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