Subclinical hypocalcemia

What is Subclinical hypocalcemia?

Subclinical hypocalcemia refers to a condition where calcium levels are considered lower than normal according to laboratory reference standards, however, these low levels do not cause any clinical symptoms or manifestations of abnormalities in the patient. The condition can only be detected by laboratory testing and not by physical examination or history.

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