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Hypercalciuria in Adults with Developmental Disabilities: A Common Medical Condition
Hypercalciuria (excessive urinary excretion of calcium) is probably common in adults with developmental disabilities. This may increase the risk for kidney stones, renal damage, as well as loss of bone mineral density and fracture. Hypercalciuria may improve when vitamin D deficiency is corrected and also with use of thiazide diuretics.
Fractures in Persons with NeuroDisabilities 2016

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