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BOF: 111

A young female who is short, plump and has a rounded facies has the following haematology and biochemical profile:

Hb 12.8 g/dl

Serum Calcium 1.62 mmol/l

Serum Phosphate 2.9 mmol/l

Creatinine 44 micromoles/l

Albumin 38 g/l

Which radiological abnormality is likely in this patient?

a)      Defective mineralisation of the pelvis

b)      Looser’s zones

c)      Nephrocalcinosis

d)      Subperiosteal erosions in the middle or terminal phalanges of the hands

e)      Short fourth and fifth metacarpal

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