Many patients are asymptomatic, or they may present with findings related to hypercalcemia, including nausea, weakness, pruritus, anorexia, fatigue, headache, mental status alteration, myalgia, and insomnia. Laboratory test results may reveal hypophosphatemia and hypomagnesemia.
Therapy is the removal of the source of extra calcium and treatment with non-thiazide diuretics and isotonic saline.
E83.52 – Hypercalcemia
43258006 – Milk alkali syndrome
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