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Table 4 Biochemical features at diagnosis

From: Natural history of non-lethal Raine syndrome during childhood

 Case ICase IICase IIICase IVCase VCase VICase VII
Calcium10.1 mg/dl
(nv 8.8–10.8)
6.4 mg/dl
(nv 8.8–10.8)
1.78 mmol/l
(nv 2.20–2.79)
10 mg/dl
(nv 8–11 mg/dl)
1.92 mmol/L
(nv 2.20–2.79)
2.45 mmol/l
(nv 2.2–2.6)
NA
Phosphorus2.7 mg/dl
(nv 4–7)
3.9 mg/dl
(nv 4–7)
1.33 mmol/l
(nv 1.36–2.26)
NA0.75 mmol/L
(nv 1.36–2.26)
2.2 mg/dl
(nv 2.5–4.5)
NA
ALP547 U/L
(nv 140–400)
454 U/L
(nv 140–400)
743 IU/L
(nv 187–1197)
NA5605 IU/L
(nv 187–1197)
70 IU/L
(nv 40–100)
NA
PTH51.3 pg/ml
(nv 15–65)
129 pg/ml
(nv 15–65)
NANA72 pmol/L
(nv 1.1–6.9)
95.3 pg/ml
(nv 15–68)
NA
25OHD45.6 ng/ml
(nv > 30)
13.8 ng/ml (nv > 30)NANA<  40 nmol/L
(nv > 50 nmol/L)
NANA
TRP%NANANANA72NANA
FGF23NANANANA157 RU/ml
(nv 0–100)
NANA
  1. ALP alkaline phosphatase; FGF23 fibroblast growth factor 23; NA not available; NV normal value; PTH parathormone; TRP tubular reabsorption of phosphate; ys years; 25OHD 25-Hydroxy Vitamin D.