volume 121, issue 1, P5-13 1975
DOI: 10.1007/bf00464390
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Abstract: Metabolism of calcium and magnesium may be disturbed in hepatobiliary disease because of deficient or absent bile flow into the gut, since bile is important for the intestinal absorption of these elements. In the present paper the tubular reabsorption of phosphate (TRP), calcium (TRCa), and magnesium (TRMg) were determined in an attempt to evaluate the parathyroid function of infants and children with hepatobiliary disease. In unrepaired biliary atresia TRP was conspicuously reduced (mean 49.8%, SD 15.1). In s…

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