PHPT

AcronymDefinition
PHPTPhp Test
PHPTPhp Tutorial
PHPTPrimary Hyperparathyroidism
PHPTPerinatal HIV Prevention Trial
PHPTProgram for HIV Prevention and Treatment
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270) The PHPT is levied on about 750 companies, and the top fifty companies pay about 90% of the total tax.
A study from Pakistan reported three cases with ectopic parathyroid location among 70 patients operated for PHPT over a 20-year period.
The initial suspicion of PHPT was confirmed when her intact parathyroid hormone (iPTH) level was found to be 486 pg/mL (reference range=15-68).
The modeling was carried out with PHPT (PHI 2015b), which provides monthly site and source energy balance calculation in Microsoft[R] Excel format and is mostly in use for the certification of low-energy and net zero energy buildings in Germany.
This is a retrospective and descriptive study from January 2011 to December 2014, including all patients admitted to intensive care units or gastroenterology department at Hopital Principal de Dakar (HPD) for an acute or chronic pancreatitis revealing a PHPT.
Major finding: There was no seasonal variation of disease severity, but PHPT patients who took supplemental vitamin D had higher 25-OH vitamin D levels and a lower prevalence of 25-OH vitamin D <20 and <30 ng/mL, compared with their peers.
Chronic pancreatitis due to PHPT has important characteristics in its biochemical and clinical manifestations.
Patients who present with non-renal symptoms have a longer duration of symptoms prior to diagnosis of PHPT (4, 6).
In the first study of its kind, the UCLA researchers investigated the incidence and prevalence of PHPT in a 60 percent non-Caucasian population that mirrors the racial mix in the United States.
She did not have the typical history or symptomatology associated with PHPT of osteopenia or nephrolithiasis, resulting from calcium excretion from the bones and into the blood respectively.
Part of the long-running Nurses Health Study involving more than 58,000 registered women nurses, the study, published in the British Medical Journal, found that women who do not get enough calcium in their diet run greater risk of developing PHPT, a hormone condition caused by overactive parathyroid glands that leads to weak bones and fractures.
PHPT is caused by overactive parathyroid glands secreting too much parathyroid hormone.