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Default matching set q...calicum phosphate levels :-P

For each of the disorders listed below, select the serum concentration of calcium
+) and phosphate (PO4) with which it is most likely to be associated.
Each lettered option may be used once, more than once, or not at all.
a. Low PO4, normal Ca
b. Low PO4, high Ca
c. Normal PO4, low Ca
d. Normal PO4, normal Ca
e. High PO4, low Ca
1. Three boys in a family with hypodense calcification of their bones
and a history of fractures; their condition is unresponsive to dietary changes
or vitamin supplementation
2. A short, 4-year-old, mentally retarded child with brachydactyly of
the fourth and fifth digits; obesity with round facies; short neck; subcapsular
cataracts; and cutaneous, subcutaneous, and perivascular calcifications
of the basal ganglia
4. A 6-year-old child who complains of numbness and tingling of the
hands, and later develops tonic-clonic seizures

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