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Vitamin D
Nathan D. Cecava, MD
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  • Terminology

    Selected References

    1. Minisola S et al: Osteomalacia and vitamin D status: a clinical update 2020. JBMR Plus. 5(1):e10447, 2021
    2. Marcinowska-Suchowierska E et al: Vitamin D toxicity-a clinical perspective. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 9:550, 2018
    3. Chang CY et al: Imaging findings of metabolic bone disease. Radiographics. 36(6):1871-87, 2016
    4. Cirillo M et al: Reversible vascular calcifications associated with hypervitaminosis D. J Nephrol. 29(1):129-31, 2015
    5. Holick MF: Vitamin D is not as toxic as was once thought: a historical and an up-to-date perspective. Mayo Clin Proc. 90(5):561-4, 2015
    6. Ketha H et al: Iatrogenic vitamin D toxicity in an infant--a case report and review of literature. J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. 148:14-8, 2015
    7. McKenna MJ et al: Rising trend in vitamin D status from 1993 to 2013: dual concerns for the future. Endocr Connect. 4(3):163-71, 2015
    8. Bignotti B et al: Imaging of skeletal muscle in vitamin D deficiency. World J Radiol. 6(4):119-24, 2014
    9. Vogiatzi MG et al: Vitamin D supplementation and risk of toxicity in pediatrics: a review of current literature. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 99(4):1132-41, 2014
    10. Shore RM et al: Rickets: part I. Pediatr Radiol. 43(2):140-51, 2013
    11. Shore RM et al: Rickets: part II. Pediatr Radiol. 43(2):152-72, 2013
    12. Sidhu HS et al: Imaging features of therapeutic drug-induced musculoskeletal abnormalities. Radiographics. 32(1):105-27, 2012
    13. Tagliafico AS et al: Relationship between fatty degeneration of thigh muscles and vitamin d status in the elderly: a preliminary MRI study. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 194(3):728-34, 2010
    14. Lawson J: Drug-induced metabolic bone disorders. Semin Musculoskelet Radiol. 6(4):285-97, 2002
    15. Gloth FM 3rd et al: Vitamin D deficiency in homebound elderly persons. JAMA. 274(21):1683-6, 1995
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    KEY FACTS

    • Terminology

      Selected References

      1. Minisola S et al: Osteomalacia and vitamin D status: a clinical update 2020. JBMR Plus. 5(1):e10447, 2021
      2. Marcinowska-Suchowierska E et al: Vitamin D toxicity-a clinical perspective. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 9:550, 2018
      3. Chang CY et al: Imaging findings of metabolic bone disease. Radiographics. 36(6):1871-87, 2016
      4. Cirillo M et al: Reversible vascular calcifications associated with hypervitaminosis D. J Nephrol. 29(1):129-31, 2015
      5. Holick MF: Vitamin D is not as toxic as was once thought: a historical and an up-to-date perspective. Mayo Clin Proc. 90(5):561-4, 2015
      6. Ketha H et al: Iatrogenic vitamin D toxicity in an infant--a case report and review of literature. J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. 148:14-8, 2015
      7. McKenna MJ et al: Rising trend in vitamin D status from 1993 to 2013: dual concerns for the future. Endocr Connect. 4(3):163-71, 2015
      8. Bignotti B et al: Imaging of skeletal muscle in vitamin D deficiency. World J Radiol. 6(4):119-24, 2014
      9. Vogiatzi MG et al: Vitamin D supplementation and risk of toxicity in pediatrics: a review of current literature. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 99(4):1132-41, 2014
      10. Shore RM et al: Rickets: part I. Pediatr Radiol. 43(2):140-51, 2013
      11. Shore RM et al: Rickets: part II. Pediatr Radiol. 43(2):152-72, 2013
      12. Sidhu HS et al: Imaging features of therapeutic drug-induced musculoskeletal abnormalities. Radiographics. 32(1):105-27, 2012
      13. Tagliafico AS et al: Relationship between fatty degeneration of thigh muscles and vitamin d status in the elderly: a preliminary MRI study. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 194(3):728-34, 2010
      14. Lawson J: Drug-induced metabolic bone disorders. Semin Musculoskelet Radiol. 6(4):285-97, 2002
      15. Gloth FM 3rd et al: Vitamin D deficiency in homebound elderly persons. JAMA. 274(21):1683-6, 1995