Calciphylaxis or calcific uraemic arteriolopathy is a syndrome that results in calcification of the small arteries that supply skin and/or muscle resulting in ischaemia and skin necrosis.


Link to Australian Calciphylaxis Registry


 Further Information

  • Yu, Z. et al. (2015). Sodium Thiosulfate – An Emerging Treatment for Calciphylaxis in Dialysis Patients. Case Rep Nephrol Dial 5(1): 77–82.


More detailed Information for Health Professionals will be available on the ARRK website in the near future.

If you would like to form or be part of a Disease Specific Research Group (DSRG) for Calciphylaxis, please contact the ARRK registry ( or Dr Hugh McCarthy (


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This page was last updated on 24th Oct, 2018.