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Hypercalcaemia is a condition where there is an increased amount of calcium in the body. Causes of hypercalcaemia could be due to an increase in parathyroid hormones, malignancies, tuberculosis, intake of diuretic medication, vitamin D and A supplements, calcium-alkali syndrome and the presence of AIDS. Diagnosis of hypercalcaemia is done through blood tests and thyroid hormone tests to rule out other conditions. Correction of this condition should be adressed immediately.
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