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Life-threatening.

Progressive.

Systemic.

Inherited.1,2

Low alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is the biological hallmark of hypophosphatasia (HPP) 1,3,4

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Patients of all ages have a high burden of disease.1

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Devastating consequences. Lifelong Impact.

As a result of low alkaline phosphatase activity and defective bone mineralization, patients may experience any number of these unpredictable and devastating symptoms throughout life.1,3,5,6

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  • Defective bone mineralization can lead to hypophosphatasia-induced rickets, skeletal deformities, and frequent <span class='nowrap'>fractures.<sup>1,3,13-17</sup></span> Skeletal
  • Muscle weakness and pain, in combination with skeletal deformities, can lead to significant disability, limiting independence and activities of daily living. <sup>1,18</sup> Muscular/Rheumatologic
  • Bone demineralization can cause rachitic chest and respiratory insufficiency due to hypoplastic lungs, requiring mechanical ventilation.<sup>1,3,17</sup> Respiratory
  • Craniosynostosis can lead to a range of neurologic consequences. Additionally, because pyridoxal 5'-phosphate (PLP) is not dephosphorylated, it cannot pass through the blood-brain barrier, leading to vitamin B<sub>6</sub>–responsive seizures.<sup>1,6,19</sup> Neurologic
  • Hypercalcemia and hypercalciuria from defective bone mineralization can lead to nephrocalcinosis and progressive renal damage or failure.<sup>1,20,21</sup> Renal

Accurately diagnose hypophosphatasia

Alkaline phosphatase test

Low alkaline phosphatase activity can be detected with a routine laboratory test1,12,22

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Accurately Diagnose Hypophosphatasia

Misdiagnosis occurs often because the clinical presentation of hypophosphatasia can overlap with those of other metabolic disorders1,12,20,23

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Hypophosphatasia diagnosis in family members

Family members of patients may have undiagnosed hypophosphatasia11,12

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Low alkaline phosphatase is the biological hallmark of hypophosphatasia.1,4

Growth and development profoundly affect the normal interval for alkaline phosphatase.25,26
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Patient and family experiences with hypophosphatasia

"The biggest struggle for me is the energy and keeping my pain at a place where I can still function."

"I first learned of hypophosphatasia when Abigail was diagnosed at 7 months old."

"I was born with it, struggled a lot through birth and my teen years."

"He gave me a blood test, and sure enough, my alkaline phosphatase was very low."

"We kept telling them . . . it’s not a nutrition issue, it’s something else."

"She looks like everything’s fine, when underneath there’s so many issues…"

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