Nov 8, 2018
Hyperparathyroidism is one of those topics that is confusing, as it has primary, secondary, or tertiary causes.
There are PTH, phosphate, calcium, and vitamin D levels.
To be honest, it can get confusing. But, if you can understand the pathophysiology behind it all, then it will help you understand the labs and will help you come to the diagnosis.
So, let's dive right in!
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