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Calcium and phosphorus metabolism in rhizomelic spondylosis

, : Calcium and phosphorus metabolism in rhizomelic spondylosis. Rev. beige des Sci. med, 4: 623-639

Calcium and phosphorus balance experiments were performed under controlled conditions on 3 male patients suffering from spondylosis. The diet during the observations contained less than 0.15 g. calcium daily, but was adequate in other respects. The serum calcium was 15.1 mg. per 100 c.c. in 1 case, and 11.6 and 10.5 mg. in the others. Plasma inorganic phosphorus was normal in all.


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