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Related to milk-alkali syndrome: metabolic alkalosis, hyperparathyroidism, hypercalcemia
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Milk-alkali syndrome (MAS) was common when milk and absorbable alkali were the main treatment for peptic ulcer disease.
The milk-alkali syndrome arose in the early 1900s when patients ingested abundant amounts of milk and antacids to control their ulcers.
Metastatic calcification may occur in patients with chronic renal failure, primary hyperparathyroidism, extensive bone malignancy, hypervitaminosis D, diffuse myelomatosis, and milk-alkali syndrome.