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A 72-yearold diabetic woman taking 1.3g of Al(OH)3 daily for 3 months was evaluated for bone pain, anorexia, and weakness. Laboratory studies disclosed hyohosatemia, hypophosphaturia, bypercalciuria, high% tubular reabsorption of phosphate, suppressed immunoloical parathyroid hormone, and high alkaline phospatase levels. Radiological examinations demonstrated generalized osteoenia and multiple compression fractures. Biochemical abnormalities and clinical symptoms disappeared soon afterdoi:10.11393/jbmm1983.4.7 fatcat:wesom7d6ujbh3iuwtsjubbrhiu