PMID: 591970Oct 1, 1977

Cerebrospinal fluid absorption in primary hypoparathyroidism

Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry
M A Sambrook, L F Hill

Abstract

Cerebrospinal fluid absorption has been studied in a patient with primary hypoparathyroidism, papilloedema, and epilepsy. A marked reduction of cerebrospinal fluid transport into plasma was demonstrated which returned to normal after correction of the hypocalcaemia.

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Feb 13, 2010·Journal of Neurology·Rajarshi MukhopadhyayNeil J L Gittoes
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