Potential mechanisms of marked hyperoxaluria not due to primary hyperoxaluria I or II.
Division of Nephrology, General Clinical Research Center, Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota 55905, USA. [email protected]
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These patients illustrate a novel form of hyperoxaluria and urolithiasis, without excess Diet(ox), enteric hyper-absorption, or hepatic AGT, GR/HPR deficiency. Alterations in pathways of oxalate synthesis, in liver or kidney, or in renal tubular oxalate handling are possible explanations. The affected sibling pair suggests an inherited basis.
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