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867, 868 Hypophosphatemic vitamin D resistant rickets or osteomalacia occurs either because of overproduction of a phosphaturic factor, phosphatonin, that is secreted by the bone lesions or because of an intrinsic renal abnormality leading to the excess generation of nephrogenous cAMP in the proximal tubule and, as a result, decreased reabsorption of phosphate lasix magnesium Data collection and analysis Data were extracted independently by two reviewers

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