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Vitamin D regimen dose not a factor in urinary calcium excretion in nephrolithiasis
 

Vitamin D regimen dose not a factor in urinary calcium excretion in nephrolithiasis

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Neither high-dose nor low-dose repletion of vitamin D affects urinary calcium excretion or the super saturation of calcium salts in known stone formers, according to a study, suggesting that higher-dosing regimen for superior repletion may be the optimal treatment protocol in vitamin D-deficient patients.
 
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13 Nov 2016 - General
 
According to the new research carried out for determination of risk of nephrolithiasis in vitamin D deficiency patients it has been found that both high doses and low doses for repletion of vitamin D does not affects urinary calcium excretion or the ...
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