Clinical features and treatment approaches in cystic fibrosis with pseudo-Bartter syndrome.


INTRODUCTION Infants with cystic fibrosis (CF) are prone to develop episodes of hyponatraemic, hypochloraemic dehydration with metabolic alkalosis, which are biochemical hallmarks of the pseudo-Bartter syndrome (PB). METHOD We reviewed the clinical and laboratory features and treatment approaches of 29 children with CF and PB who were under follow-up in… (More)


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