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|Classification and external resources|
Lightwood–Albright syndrome is a form of renal tubular acidosis.
It is also known as Lightwood syndrome.
- "Lightwood syndrome" at Dorland's Medical Dictionary
- synd/993 at Who Named It?
- R. Lightwood. Calcium infarction of the kidneys in infants. Communication, Proc Br Paediatr Soc. Archives of Disease in Childhood, London, 1935, 10: 205–206.
- # F. Albright, W. V. Consolazio, F. S. Coombs, J. H. Talbot; H. W. Sulkowitch. Metabolic studies and therapy in a case of nephrocalcinosis with rickets and dwarfism. Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1940, 66: 7–33.
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