Also Known As: Phosphorus (Phosphate)
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Mineral important in bone metabolism, energy production and nerve and muscle function.
Measured along with other analytes to help diagnose problems with calcium metabolism.
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REFERENCE INTERVALS FOR ADULTS: 2.7-4.5 mg/dl
INCREASE IN: Renal insufficiency, vitamin D overdose, high phosphate intake.
DECREASE IN: Overuse of diuretics or antacids, hyperparathyroidism.