Case reports: X-linked hypophosphataemia uncovered

Meet two very different patients with XLH and find out how they are managed

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X-linked hypophosphataemic rickets (XLH) is a genetic skeletal disorder in which chronic renal phosphate wasting leads to progressive musculoskeletal complications. Although rare, its familial nature means a GP might be involved in the care of several affected family members.