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Possible non-adherance to vitamin D supplementation

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  • Non-adherence to therapy is the most comon reason for parathyroid hormone (PTH) concentrations to fail to normalise in patients being given vitamin D for deficiency.
  • If non-adherence is the problem then this be overcome by, for example, giving intermittent high-dose parenteral or oral vitamin D.


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