Primary hyperparathyroidism

What is Primary hyperparathyroidism?

Primary hyperparathyroidism is a generalized disorder of CALCIUM, PHOSPHATE & BONE METABOLISM due to increased secretion of P T H ( PARATHORMON) . The elevation of circulating hormone leads to hypercalcemia 7 hypophosphatemia .

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Hello. I went to my PMD a few weeks ago for a number of problems (see below). Labs revealed: high calcium, low vit D, low phosphate and low Vit...

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Primary Hyperparathyroidism more likely.

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Welcome to HCM and thank you for the query.
The commonest cause for...

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TPO ab test=839, thyroglobulin ab test negative, globulin=3.6, cortisol free urine=51, normal tsh, pth=103, abnormal thyroid/parathyroid...

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Noted your history and the MEN1 in family.
The positive anti TPO and heterogenous echotexture...

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Does Hypercalcemia have any consequences when undergoing a General Anaesthetic?
Does Hypercalcemia have any consequences regarding wound healing? I...

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In general, primary hyperparathyroidism and hypercalcemia do not pose a direct threat during general anesthesia and in the context of wound healing...

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