parathormone


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parathormone:

see parathyroid hormoneparathyroid hormone
or parathormone,
a hormone secreted by the parathyroid glands that regulates the metabolism of calcium and phosphate in the body. It has been purified extensively and appears to be a protein containing 84 amino-acid residues, a sequence of which
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parathormone

[‚par·ə′thȯr‚mōn]
(biochemistry)
A polypeptide hormone that functions in regulating calcium and phosphate metabolism. Also known as parathyroid hormone.
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05 is taken as statistically significant, iPTH: Intact parathormone Table 3: Correlation between vitamin D status, insulin levels and parameters of IR Parameters Magnitude of linear correlation (with P value) Cases Controls Vitamin D versus FBS -0.
Other likely mechanisms of action include reduced platelet aggregation, mobilization of metastatic calcium by parathormone, increased NO production, and antioxidant activity.
All cases were tested for hemogram, rutine biochemistry (fasting plasma glucose, urea, creatinine, uric acid, Ca, P, Mg, ALP, AST, ALT, LDH, CPK, GGT), erythrocyte sedimentation rate, C-reactive protein, parathormone, thyroid function tests.
9 mmol/l, low intact Parathormone level, normal phosphate and alkaline phospha- tase, low albumin 22 g/l, uric acid 15.
Hematogram shows all the parameter including complete blood count, hemoglobin value, liver function tests, thyroid function tests, iodized calcium and parathormone levels within the normal range.
The hormone used is parathormone (parathyroid hormone), and the substance regulated is calcium ion concentration in the blood.
Elevated serum parathormone level after "concise parathyroidectomy" for primary sporadic hyperparathyroidism.
Indeed, there is rather limited data regarding the long-term effects of WBV on the hormonal system, presenting increase in parathormone (Martin et al.
1% in patients with normal postoperative PTH and calcium levels and 5% in those with normocalcemic parathormone elevation (Surgery 2011;150:1076-84).
Pathological evaluation showed parathormone negative, chromogranin positive stained neoplastic cells that eventually proved to be a carcinoid tumor.