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These defects include gain-of-function mutations affecting the extracellular calcium-sensing receptor (CaSR), which causes autosomal dominant hypocalcemia, and defects affecting the guanine nucleotide-binding protein subunit alpha-11...
PHP and related disorders (primary OC, POH, AHO-PPHP) can be distinguished on the basis of three characteristics: Extent of HO (superficial or deep; predominantly intramembranous ossification) AHO features (more than two features, especially brachyda...
He tolerated both procedures without complications such as hypocalcemia, hoarseness, bleeding or infection.
However, this objective assessment also helps to identify patients who may be at risk of short-term hypocalcemia, and allows us to initiate treatment sooner.
The patient returned to Mayo Clinic at age 52 with intermittent symptomatic hypocalcemia, persistent hypophosphatemia and a normal PTH .
Hypocalcemia is most common in patients receiving intravenous bisphosphonate therapy; rates appear similar between zoledronate and denosumab.
Wermers concludes: "In an era of novel immuno-oncology treatments, it is important to consider ICI blockade-mediated hypoparathyroidism in patients presenting with hypocalcemia.
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