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Hypercalcemia nephropathy

Hypercalcemia nephropathy refers to the organic damage and functional changes of kidney caused by hypercalcemia (serum calcium > 2.8mmol / L). The main manifestations were tubulointerstitial lesions. Renal concentration dysfunction is the most significant and earliest functional abnormality in hypercalcemia nephropathy.


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