Kidney Complications and Hospitalization in Patients with Ch
This study aimed to investigate the risk of chronic kidney disease (CKD), urolithiasis and hospitalization in patients with chronic hypoPT. A total of 1,562 patients with chronic hypoPT without preexisting CKD and 15,620 controls were included. The risk of developing CKD was higher in patients with chronic hypoPT compared with controls. In people without prior urolithiasis, the risk of developing urolithiasis was higher in patients with chronic hypoPT compared with controls. Patients with chronic hypoPT had higher incidence rates for all-cause hospitalization and for CKD, compared to controls. Men with hypoPT appear to have a higher risk of CKD than women. Conclusively, patients with chronic hypoPT had an increased risk of CKD, urolithiasis, and hospitalization compared to controls.

Source: https://academic.oup.com/jcem/advance-article/doi/10.1210/clinem/dgac456/6652477?rss=1&login=false
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