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Secondary hyperparathyroidism

Secondary hyperparathyroidism (SHPT) refers to excessive PTH secreted by the parathyroid gland under the stimulation of low blood calcium, low blood magnesium or high blood phosphorus for a long time to increase blood calcium and phosphorus under the conditions of chronic renal insufficiency, intestinal malabsorption syndrome, Fanconi syndrome, renal tubular acidosis, vitamin D deficiency or resistance, pregnancy and breast feeding A chronic compensatory clinical syndrome in which blood magnesium and phosphorus are reduced. Accompanied by varying degrees of parathyroid hyperplasia, but not caused by parathyroid diseases themselves.

Symptoms

Mental disorders associated with abnormal parathyroid function

Familial non medullary thyroid carcinoma

Thyroid hormone resistance syndrome

Hypothyroidism

Familial anti vitamin D rickets

Thyroglossal duct cyst and fistula

Mental disorders associated with hypothyroidism

Thyroid microcarcinoma

Hyperthyroidism with pregnancy

Hyperthyroid liver disease

Pseudohypoparathyroidism

Hyperthyroidism bone mineral disease

Nodular goiter

Menstrual fever

Mental disorders associated with thyroid dysfunction

Cystic lymphangioma of neck

Menstrual salivation

Goiter with normal thyroid function

Tuberculosis of cervical lymph nodes

Resting lymphocytic thyroiditis

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