Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum (PXE; Gr?nblad-Strandberg Syndrome) With Nephrocalcinosis

Sumer Kumar Sethi, MD; Ravi Solanki, MD; Pitamber Sonkar, MD; Kabir Sardana, MD; Vibhu Mendiratta, MD


March 29, 2005


In view of the nephrocalcinosis, a history was taken, which was notable for premature birth (35 weeks gestation), the use of frusemide in infancy, vitamin D overdose, and a family history of urinary calculi. Opthalmologic examination showed bilateral colloid bodies and peripapillary atrophy with angioid streaks.


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