Q) Which is not a feature of primary hyperthyroidism?
a) Increase Parathormone
b) Increase Calcium
c) Decreased phosphate
d) Dystrophic calcification
Clinical features of Hyperparathyroidism are
Subperiosteal bone erosions
Primary Hyperthyroidism is defined as hypercalcaemia in the presence of an unsuppressed and therefore relatively, or absolutely, elevated PTH level. Elevated calcium and elevated PTH are important in diagnosis of PTH
The presence of kidney stones remains the most common clinical manifestation of symptomatic PHPT.
It is associated with a low serum phosphate in the setting of normal creatinine and vitamin D levels