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Phosphorus levels are elevated in patients with chronic kidney disease due to decreased urinary excretion. Higher levels of blood phosphorus are associated with increased mortality in patients on dialysis, patients with kidney disease not yet on dialysis, and in the general population. In animal studies, adding phosphorus to the diet causes calcification of arteries and progression of kidney disease.

Sharon M. Moe
,
Deidra C. Crews
,
Orlando M. Gutiérrez
,
Pamela Hoyt-Hudson
,
Susie Q. Lew
,
Beth Shanaman
,
Barry H. Smith
,
Daniel E. Weiner
, and
Donald Wesson