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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
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
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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
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
most likely Hypophosphatemic Rickets (X-linked): low Po4, nl Ca, 25 Vit.D, ALP
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Normal Ca, Low PO4

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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
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
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