A LETTER TO THE EDITOR: VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY LEADS TO ELEVATED PTH LEVELS AND TO DECREASED BONE DENSITY

  • Amos Gelbard Kibbutz Eilon, D.N. GalilMaaravi, 22845, P.O. Box 66

Abstract

A LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Keywords: VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY, PTH LEVELS, BONE DENSITY

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Gelbard, A. (2021). A LETTER TO THE EDITOR: VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY LEADS TO ELEVATED PTH LEVELS AND TO DECREASED BONE DENSITY. Innovare Journal of Medical Sciences, 9(2), 0-1. https://doi.org/10.22159/ijms.2021.v9i2.40758
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