Date of publication: May 19, 2016

Medical Education

Pathophysiology of Hyperphosphatemia

Loss of renal function can lead to reduced phosphate excretion, phosphate dysregulation and, over time, vascular calcification. This downloadable presentation summarizes the pathophysiology of phosphate dysregulation in CKD and examines the mechanisms by which vascular calcification may occur.

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