Monday Sep 11, 2023

Primary hyperparathyroidism

Primary hyperparathyroidism is a common disorder affecting 1 in 500 women and 1 in 2000 men aged over 40 years. It can cause a range of complications from osteoporosis to fractures to nephrolithiasis.

So what if anything can we do to ensure that it is diagnosed and managed correctly? To answer this and other important questions, please do have a listen to this podcast interview with Dr John Ayuk, Consultant Endocrinologist at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. 

For more on primary hyperparathyroidism, visit BMJ Best Practice.

Disclosures: JA declares that he has no competing interests.

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