Alexander Ussim

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A 9.5-year-old girl, whose early symptoms were polyuria and growth retardation, is described. During the progression of her disease, hyperkalaemia developed out of proportion to the degree of renal insufficiency. Her fractional excretion of sodium increased from 3.3% to 35%, and her fractional excretion of potassium decreased from 55% to 22%. The plasma(More)
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