Krishan Lal Jairamani

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This case report describe a 45 years old female who presented with hypotonia, hyporeflexia, and motor weakness of all four limbs with bilateral flexor planter response due to severe hypokalemia. The patient was finally diagnosed as a case of normotensive primary aldosteronism. Her CT scan abdomen was done which excluded adrenal adenoma. Aldosterone(More)
BACKGROUND/AIM Vitamin A deficiency is known to be associated with night blindness. Plasma retinol binding protein (RBP) estimation highly correlates with plasma retinol concentration to predict vitamin A status. Serum RBP estimation is reasonably simple, inexpensive, and highly applicable in less technologically developed settings. We studied the(More)
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