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By Alluru S. Reddi

Written in a succinct query and resolution layout, this finished source covers all parts of nephrology and customary scientific situations. approximately a thousand questions with distinctive solutions supply nephrology fellows, working towards nephrologists and clinicians a greater knowing of nephrology and relief arrangements for nephrology and inner drugs forums. Absolute Nephrology overview positive factors the most recent proof and directions whereas enjoyable a serious desire in the nephrology community.

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The patient was successfully extubated. His iPTH and 1,25(OH)2D3 were low normal. Which one of the following is the MOST likely diagnosis of his hypercalcemia? A. B. C. D. E. Sarcoidosis Hypercalcemia related to calcium-containing medications (milk-alkali syndrome) Familial hypocalciuric hypercalcemia (FHH) Occult malignancy Thiazide treatment 34 1 Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid–Base Disorders The answer is B Sarcoidosis is excluded based on normal 1,25(OH)2D3 level, although normal values in some cases were observed.

He refuses naloxone, as he says that his symptoms are not related to heroin alone. Which one of the following is the MOST likely cause of his hypokalemia? A. B. C. D. E. Caffeine Theophylline Clenbuterol tainted heroin Cocaine and heroin None of the above The answer is C The patient does not demonstrate classic symptoms of heroin abuse, such as CNS and respiratory depression, miosis, or bradycardia. Although caffeine and theophylline can cause hypokalemia by cellular shift, urine toxicology was negative for these substances.

347–370. 1 Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid–Base Disorders 41 66. An 18-year-old woman is admitted to the hospital for worsening weakness and problems with breathing for the last 2 weeks. She loves ice cream since childhood. She states that she had 4–6 urinary tract infections (UTIs) in recent years, which were treated. She is not on any medications. 6 Glucose ¼ negative Blood ¼ positive (had recent menstruation) Ketones ¼ negative Protein ¼ 3+ Na+ ¼ 60 mEq/L K+ ¼ 100 mEq/L ClÀ ¼ 110 mEq/L Which one of the following is the MOST likely cause of her symptoms?

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