Causes Of Hypophosphatemia In Patients With Renal Transplantation

Decreased net intestinal phosphate absorption

Increased urinary phosphate excretion

Acute movement of extracellular phosphate into the cells

Increased urinary phosphate excretion

Poor dietary intake of phosphate and vitamin D Use of phosphate binders to treat recurring gastritis Chronic diarrhea

Alcohol-induced reversible proximal tubular defect Secondary hyperparathy-roidism induced by vitamin D deficiency

Insulin release induced by intravenous solutions containing dextrose Acute respiratory alkalosis caused by alcohol withdrawal, sepsis, or hepatic cirrhosis Refeeding of the patient who is malnourished

Persistent hyperparathyroidism (hyperplasia or adenoma)

Proximal tubular defect (possibly induced by glucocorticoids, cyclosporine, or both)

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