Patients with PH1 are at risk for recurrent calcium oxalate stones and nephrocalcinosis, which cause a progressive decline in kidney function. At the time of diagnosis, nephrolithiasis is often present.
Most of the signs and symptoms of the three types of primary hyperoxaluria are similar; however, ESKD tends to occur earlier and is more common in patients with PH1 than in patients with PH2.
Learn more details on the presentation of PH1.
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Cite this: Bradley Schwartz. Fast Five Quiz: Primary Hyperoxaluria Type 1 - Medscape - Mar 04, 2022.