Endocrine

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Function of Parathormone (PTH)

Answer:
Most Important in Calcium Control

Raises blood calcium levels by increasing osetoclast activity.The kidneys and intestinal cells will absorb more calcium.

Parathryoid produces PTH then VItamin D regulates absorption.

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