Health Conditions and Diseases Nutritional and Metabolic Disorders Vitamins and Minerals Deficiency, Dependency and Toxicity Calcium Hypercalcemia
Hypercalcemia is an elevated calcium level in the blood. It can be an asymptomatic laboratory finding, but because an elevated calcium level is often a clue to other serious disease, a diagnosis should be undertaken if it persists.
eMedicine - Hypercalcemia
Provides an introduction, clinical differentials, treatment for this condition, medication, and follow-up.
Discusses this common life-threatening metabolic disorder associated with neoplastic diseases. Intended for use by doctors and other health care professionals.
Pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, primary hyperparathyroidism, and treatment options. Co-authored by Mario Skugor and Mira Milas of the Cleveland Clinic.
Find the causes, risk factors, symptoms, complications, tests, and treatment for it.
A Practical Approach to Hypercalcemia
Learn about the pathophysiology and clinical manifestations of this condition, by the American Academy of Family Physicians.
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