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Background of Clinical Indications
It is used for the auxiliary diagnosis of the basic conditions that cause the body's calcium utilization disorder, and the symptoms of kidney and digestive tract diseases. An increase in the level of phosphorus will cause a decrease in calcium. This mutual adjustment mechanism is achieved through the interaction between parathyrin and vitamin D. Decreased levels of parathyrin, decreased VD levels, and decreased glomerular filtration rate caused by renal failure can all cause increased levels of phosphorus. Hypophosphatemia can occur in patients with rickets, high levels of parathyrin, and De Toni-Fanconi syndrome.