The primary complication of excess vitamin D levels is hypercalcemia. In the acute setting, hypercalcemia can result in nausea, emesis, altered mental status, weakness, polyuria, and polydipsia. Chronic vitamin D toxicity can result in the precipitation of kidney stones as well as bone demineralization and subsequent bone pain. Hypervitaminosis D in children can result in brain injury.
E67.3 – Hypervitaminosis D
27712000 – Hypervitaminosis D
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