Other tests that may be done to find the cause of abnormal urine
calcium levels include blood tests for parathyroid hormone, chloride, alkaline
phosphatase, and vitamin D. For more information, see the topics
Chloride (Cl), and
Calcium levels can also be checked in a blood test. For more
information, see the topic
Calcium (Ca) in Blood.
Other Works Consulted
Chernecky CC, Berger BJ (2008). Laboratory Tests and Diagnostic Procedures, 5th ed. St. Louis:
Fischbach FT, Dunning MB III, eds. (2009).
Manual of Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests, 8th ed.
Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.