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Calciotropic hormones are valuable indices for assessing bone metabolisms and a positive relationship exists between PUFAs and BMD, and also between long-term weight-bearing exercise and bone health, the present study was designed to assess the combined effects of 16 weeks moderate intensity weight-bearing exercise and n-3 supplementation on calciotropic hormone levels in healthy post-menopausal women.
2] vitamin D] concentrations and (b) the possible associations of the above calciotropic hormones with the hormonal and metabolic characteristics of the syndrome.
Study of calcium levels in renal failure cerning the actions of the three calciotropic hormones on the target organs of bone, gut, and kidney, and possibly also on fluxes between the bone canalicular fluid and the extracellular fluid.
Short- and long-term variations in serum calciotropic hormones after a single very large dose of ergocalciferol (vitamin D2) or cholecalciferol (vitamin D3) in the elderly.
Coverage begins with principles, and growth and maturation, leading into obesity and nutrition, diabetes mellitus, the parathyroid gland, calciotropic hormones, and bone metabolism, and coverage of the thyroid, adrenal gland, and cardiovascular system as well as endocrine changes in critically ill patients, reproductive endocrinology and sexual function, polyglandular syndromes, and testing.
The association between calcium intake, calciotropic hormones and blood pressure during the pregnancy, birth and puerperium is not well studied.
Blood ionized calcium concentrations are remarkably stable in healthy individuals because of the homeostatic system involving the actions of the three calciotropic hormones on the target organs of bone, gut, and kidney, and possibly also on fluxes between the bone canalicular fluid and the ECF mentioned above.
They report that the method yielded high estimates of absorption, as should be expected, and that strontium absorption correlated with concurrently measured values for the calciotropic hormones, just as calcium absorption would.
3] (5,8); however, it was not found to be correlated with the plasma concentrations of calciotropic hormones or urinary [Ca.
In these subjects, plasma and urine concentrations of Ca and phosphate were within the respective reference intervals, as were their secretions of calciotropic hormones [16, 17].