HYPERCALCIURIE IDIOPATHIQUE

EFFET D'UNE CARENCE AIGUE EN PHOSPHORE

Translated title of the contribution: Idiopathic hypercalciuria: Effects of acute phosphorus deficiency

A. Ulmann, S. Dard, B. Lacour, M. Rieu, Jean-Baptiste Roullet, J. Gueris, J. L. Funck-Brentano

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Abstract

11 patients with kidney stone disease and idiopathic hypercalciuria (urinary calcium above 4 mg/kg/j), without phosphorus renal leak and 6 control subjects were put for 3 days on a diet containing 1 g calcium and 1 phosphorus daily (period A), and then for 4 days on a diet containing 1 g calcium, 450 mg phosphorus and 3 g aluminium hydroxide daily (period B). During period A, no significant difference in blood calcium, phosphorus and magnesium, phosphaturia, rate of phosphorus reabsorption (RPR) and ratio maximum RPR/creatinine clearance was found between the two groups. After 2 days on a low phosphate diet (period B) the blood phosphorus decreased significantly in the hypercalciuric patients thus revealing a latent abnormality in the retention of phosphates in them. This abnormality could play an important role in the pathogenesis of hypercalciuria.

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)3619-3622
Number of pages4
JournalNouvelle Presse Medicale
Volume8
Issue number44
StatePublished - 1979
Externally publishedYes

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Hypercalciuria
Phosphorus
Calcium
Diet
Phosphates
Familial Hypophosphatemia
Aluminum Hydroxide
Kidney Calculi
Kidney Diseases
Magnesium
Creatinine
Kidney

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Ulmann, A., Dard, S., Lacour, B., Rieu, M., Roullet, J-B., Gueris, J., & Funck-Brentano, J. L. (1979). HYPERCALCIURIE IDIOPATHIQUE: EFFET D'UNE CARENCE AIGUE EN PHOSPHORE. Nouvelle Presse Medicale, 8(44), 3619-3622.

HYPERCALCIURIE IDIOPATHIQUE : EFFET D'UNE CARENCE AIGUE EN PHOSPHORE. / Ulmann, A.; Dard, S.; Lacour, B.; Rieu, M.; Roullet, Jean-Baptiste; Gueris, J.; Funck-Brentano, J. L.

In: Nouvelle Presse Medicale, Vol. 8, No. 44, 1979, p. 3619-3622.

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Ulmann, A, Dard, S, Lacour, B, Rieu, M, Roullet, J-B, Gueris, J & Funck-Brentano, JL 1979, 'HYPERCALCIURIE IDIOPATHIQUE: EFFET D'UNE CARENCE AIGUE EN PHOSPHORE', Nouvelle Presse Medicale, vol. 8, no. 44, pp. 3619-3622.
Ulmann A, Dard S, Lacour B, Rieu M, Roullet J-B, Gueris J et al. HYPERCALCIURIE IDIOPATHIQUE: EFFET D'UNE CARENCE AIGUE EN PHOSPHORE. Nouvelle Presse Medicale. 1979;8(44):3619-3622.
Ulmann, A. ; Dard, S. ; Lacour, B. ; Rieu, M. ; Roullet, Jean-Baptiste ; Gueris, J. ; Funck-Brentano, J. L. / HYPERCALCIURIE IDIOPATHIQUE : EFFET D'UNE CARENCE AIGUE EN PHOSPHORE. In: Nouvelle Presse Medicale. 1979 ; Vol. 8, No. 44. pp. 3619-3622.
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