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1 Osteoporosis - Relevance: 2002
Osteoporosis Osteoporosis is due to a primary loss of bone matrix with no secondary osteoblastic...
http://www.pathology.leedsth.nhs.uk/dnn_bilm/Metabolic/Metabolicbonedisease/Osteoporosis.aspx - 7/15/2008 4:50:40 PM
2 Osteomalacia and Rickets - Relevance: 2002
Osteomalacia & rickets Diagnostic features In osteomalacia there is a normal boney matrix whi...
http://www.pathology.leedsth.nhs.uk/dnn_bilm/Metabolic/Metabolicbonedisease/Osteomalacia.aspx - 7/15/2008 4:42:21 PM
3 Generalised Itching - Relevance: 2002
Generalised itching Patients with scratch marks but without a recognisable dermatosis may have a...
http://www.pathology.leedsth.nhs.uk/dnn_bilm/Metabolic/Generalmedicaldisorders/GeneralisedPruritus.aspx - 7/15/2008 5:05:43 PM
4 Hyperkalaemia - Relevance: 2002
Hyperkalaemia Factitious causes of hyperkalaemia Mild hyperkalaemia due to factitious causes...
http://www.pathology.leedsth.nhs.uk/dnn_bilm/Renalelectrolytes/Hyperkalaemia.aspx - 11/12/2009 8:49:19 AM
5 Ammonium Chloride Acidification Test for Renal Tubular Acidosis - Relevance: 1004
Ammonium chloride acidification test for Renal Tubular Acidosis ...
http://www.pathology.leedsth.nhs.uk/dnn_bilm/Investigationprotocols/AmmoniumChlorideAcidifcationTest.aspx - 7/14/2008 7:58:21 PM
6 Frusemide Test for Renal Acidification Defects - Relevance: 1001
Frusemide test for renal acidification defects Indication Renal tubular acidosis is character...
http://www.pathology.leedsth.nhs.uk/dnn_bilm/Investigationprotocols/FrusemideAcidificationTestforRenalTubularAci.aspx - 7/15/2008 12:31:26 PM
7 Hyperuricaemia - Relevance: 1001
Hyperuricaemia Uric acid is the major breakdown product of the purines adenosine and guanosine. ...
http://www.pathology.leedsth.nhs.uk/dnn_bilm/Metabolic/Generalmedicaldisorders/Hyperuricaemia.aspx - 7/15/2008 5:26:10 PM
8 Metabolic Acidosis - Relevance: 1001
Metabolic acidosis RTA Metabolic acidosis is a commonly presenting feature and is often cau...
http://www.pathology.leedsth.nhs.uk/dnn_bilm/Metabolic/Generalmedicaldisorders/MetabolicAcidosis.aspx - 7/15/2008 5:29:35 PM


  

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