Hyperparathyroidism is overactivity of the parathyroid glands resulting in excess production of parathyroid hormone (PTH). Increased PTH consequently leads to increased serum calcium (hypercalcemia) due to 1) increased bone resorption, allowing flow of calcium from bone to blood, 2) reduces renal clearance of calcium, and 3) increases intestinal calcium absorption. Etiology Primary hyperparathyroidism results from a dysfunction in the parathyroid glands themselves, with oversecretion o ...
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... Having too much parathyroid hormone can lead to several serious complications, including: Osteoporosis. Hyperparathyroidism poses a long-term threat to your bones — the more parathyroid hormone ...
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... Treatments for hyperparathyroidism, which can range from watchful waiting to surgery, depend on several factors, including the type of hyperparathyroidism you have and whether you''re experiencing any...
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... If you and your doctor have chosen to monitor, rather than treat, your hyperparathyroidism, the following suggestions can help prevent complications: Drink plenty of fluids, especially water. Drinking...
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