Unravelling the links between calcium excretion, salt intake, hypertension, kidney stones and bone metabolism.

@article{Cappuccio2000UnravellingTL,
  title={Unravelling the links between calcium excretion, salt intake, hypertension, kidney stones and bone metabolism.},
  author={Francesco P Cappuccio and Rigas Kalaitzidis and S Duneclift and John B. Eastwood},
  journal={Journal of nephrology},
  year={2000},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={
          169-77
        }
}
Evidence from animal, clinical and epidemiological studies suggests that high blood pressure is associated with abnormalities of calcium metabolism, leading to increased calcium loss, secondary activation of the parathyroid gland, increased movement of calcium from bone and increased risk of urinary tract stones. Some of these abnormalities are detectable in children and young people and continue throughout adult life. The cluster of abnormalities may be due either to a primary renal tubular… CONTINUE READING

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