- Endogenous vitamin D intoxication (in conditions such as sarcoidosis, cat scratch disease, and some lymphomas, extrarenal conversion of 25-dihydroxy to 1,25-dihydroxy vitamin D occurs with a corresponding abnormal elevation of calcium)
- Exogenous vitamin D intoxication
- Bowel resection (related to lack of absorption)
- Celiac disease (related to lack of absorption)
- Inflammatory bowel disease (related to lack of absorption)
- Malabsorption (related to lack of absorption)
- Osteomalacia (related to dietary insufficiency)
- Pancreatic insufficiency (lack of digestive enzymes to metabolize fat-soluble vitamin D; malabsorption)
- Rickets (related to dietary insufficiency)
- Thyrotoxicosis (possibly related to increased calcium loss through sweat, urine, or feces with corresponding decrease in vitamin D levels)
Vitamin D has been found in Davis's Lab & Diagnostic Tests
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