2 – Nephrocalcinosis and urolithiasis in children Kidney International (2012) 82, 493–497; doi:10.1038/ki.2012.142

Correction to: Kidney International (2011) 80:1278–1291; doi:10.1038/ki.2011.336 In the above-cited article, Table 2 was published with incorrect alignment of age ranges and erroneous unit changes concerning the cystine and urate excretion levels. The urate gram units needed to be multiplied by 10. In Table 1, the diagnosis related to NPT2a mutations should read ‘Urolithiasis, osteoporosis, and persistent hypophosphatemia’, and the fifth heading should read ‘Hypouricemia’ instead of ‘Hypouricosuria’. In addition, we would like to amend the recently unraveled sensitivity to vitamin D caused by CYP24A1 mutations and characterized by symptomatic infantile hypercalcemia, hypercalciuria, and nephrocalcinosis to Table 2, which can be of utmost importance to clinicians.1 Please see below the corrected Tables 1 and 2.


AUTORE: Kidney International (2012) 82, 493–497