Widespread calciphylaxis and normal renal function: no improvement with sodium thiosulfate
- Author(s): Lonowski, Sarah;
- Marting, Sabrina;
- Worswick, Scott
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.5070/D3215027519
Although calciphylaxis generally occurs in patients with chronic renal failure, we present a patient with widespread calciphylaxis in the setting of normal renal function following renal transplant. IV and IL sodium thiosulfate injections were not beneficial in our patient.