osteolytic hypercalcemia

osteolytic hypercalcemia

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a malignancy associated with excess calcium in the blood. It may be caused by either widespread skeletal metastases or extensive bone marrow involvement by a primary hematologic tumor.
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5,7] The former group represents local osteolytic hypercalcemia by promotion of osteolysis subsequent to bone metastases.