Calcium Disorders by David Heath and Stephen J. Marx (Eds.)

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Vitamin D therapy alone rarely corrects dwarfism104, and even if started in early infancy may fail to prevent its development45'134'137. As is necessary in any treatment with large doses of vitamin D, care must be taken to avoid vitamin D intoxication. The plasma calcium level must be measured accurately at least every 3 months. Even with diligence on the part of the physician and vigilance by the patient, occasional episodes of hypercalcemia are very difficult to prevent, and in consequence functional and histological abnormalities of the kidney occur in a significant number of patients after long-term vitamin D therapy28.

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