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Description Renal Tubular maximum reabsorption rate of phosphate to glomerular filtration rate. Tests involved in this investigation are serum and urine phosphate and creatinine
Indication 1) Conditions that cause phosphate redistribution (e.g. glucose infusion, respiratory alkalosis) can increase phosphate loss, so if hypophosphataemia persists, a low (fasting) TmP/GFR indicates the need for phosphate replacement. In the treatment of severe phosphate deficiency, TmP/GFR can be used as an indicator of intracellular repletion. 2) The measurement of TmP/GFR (together with plasma 1,25 OH Vit D is required for the diagnosis of X linked hypophosphataemic rickets with hypercalciuria. 3) Fanconi's syndrome
Additional Info Fasting serum (gold top tube) required for serum phosphate and creatinine, spot urine sample (plain universal) required for urine phosphate and creatinine. PLEASE CONTACT DUTY BIOCHEMIST IF THIS INVESTIGATION IS REQUIRED. AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
Concurrent Testsna
Dietary Requirementsna

InterpretationReduced in primary hyperparathyroidism, renal tubular disorders, osteomalacia, fanconi's syndrome. Increased in children, acromegaly and hypothyroidism

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Ref. Range Notes 0.80 to 1.35 mmol/L
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Originally edited by : na. Last edited on 10/11/2015 16:22:13. Published By dan carless on 10/11/2014 16:22:13.