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bone loss is consequence of all hypercalcemic states except milk-alkali syndrome...
can some one explain what is milk alkali syndrome?
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google?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milk-alkali_syndrome
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The google link does not seem to explain bone loss
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bone loss is consequence of all hypercalcemic states except milk-alkali syndrome...
can some one explain what is milk alkali syndrome?
Bone loss and increased fractures are seen in Milk Alkali syndrome. Where did you read that it's not seen in Milk Alkali Syndrome?
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* bone loss is consequence of all hypercalcemic states except MILK-ALKALI syndrome.....
(KAPLAN PHYSIOLOGY PAGE # 317 2011 edition)
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* bone loss is consequence of all hypercalcemic states except MILK-ALKALI syndrome.....
(KAPLAN PHYSIOLOGY PAGE # 317 2011 edition)
Then Kaplan is WRONG this time.
You can check any reference about Milk Alkali Syndrome and you'll see that bone loss and frequent fractures is seen in that syndrome.
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