Tubular acidosis

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what is normal anion gap acidosis? what is reduced/negative anion gap acidosis? what is high anion gap? what is hypoproteinemia? give examples of...

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Anion gap provides an estimate of the unmeasured anions in plasma.

Anion gap = [Measured Cations(+ions)] - [Measured Anions(-ions)]


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I have just been diagnosed with kidney stones in both kidneys. Can this cause severe leg pain and blue coloured...

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Kidney stones cause flank pain which radiates to groin. Kidney stone can also cause pain in the abdomen (lumbar region). The pain sometimes...

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I have a quick question about pediatric urology. My four year old nephew has recently experienced frequent urination (up to 30x/day), a 4lb...

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Thanks for the query.

The child's symptoms of urination almost 30 /day is definitely abnormal, even if reports are OK the patient has...

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