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Calcitriol oral pulse therapy in children with renal osteodystrophy
A 6-month protocol of oral pulse calcitriol was used in nine uraemic children (2-14 years old) on dialysis who presented with renal osteodystrophy. Calcitriol was administered twice a week, 4 μg per dose for patients over ...
Hypophosphatemic osteomalacia acquired after renal transplantation: a a cause of severe osteoporosis Osteomalacia hipofosfémica adquirida post-trasplante renal: una causa de osteoporosis grave.
Renal osteodystrophy improves after renal transplantation but, after the procedure, other forms of bone disease emerge. We report a male patient that received a renal allograft four years before, who consulted for low back ...