We describe 3 infants with nephrocalcinosis and terminal renal failure. In all 3 there was widespread oxalate deposition: biochemical evidence of primary hyperoxaluria was sought but the presence of severe renal failure and the lack of established normal values for urinary and plasma oxalate and glycollate in infants made this diagnosis difficult to establish.
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