Figure 730

FIGURE 7-32 (see Color Plate)

Microscopic appearance of a cross section of a calcified artery in a patient with end-stage renal disease undergoing chronic dialysis. The patient has severe hyperphosphatemia and a high level of the product of calcium and phosphorus. Note the intimal calcium phosphate deposit with a secondary occlusion of the arterial lumen.

A, B, Bone sections from the same patient as in Figures 7-28 and 7-29, illustrating osteitis fibrosa cystica caused by renal secondary hyperparathyroidism with hyperphosphatemia.

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