Fast Five Quiz: Primary Hyperoxaluria Type 1 Signs and Symptoms

Bradley Schwartz, DO


March 04, 2022

PH1 is a progressive disease that can result in secondary systemic complications due to widespread tissue deposition of calcium oxalate. Organ involvement in PH1 may result in hypothyroidism in some patients.

Nervous system complications, such as ischemic neuropathy, may occur, although this is uncommon.

Arthritis can be a late sign of PH1, although this, too, is infrequent.

Learn more about the clinical manifestations of PH1.


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