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Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis Developed in a Patient with Neurogenic Diabetes Insipidus

Hwang J, Sung JH, Kim YE, Kim K, Kim SH, Park YB, Baek SH

Hypokalemic periodic paralysis one of the channelopathy disorders with low serum potassium level, clinically presenting as acute onset extremity weakness. In most cases, the cause of the hypokalemia is familial,...
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A Novel Homozygous CLCNKB Mutation of Classic Bartter Syndrome Presenting with Renal Cysts in 6-year-Old Identical Twin Boys : A Case Report

Son MH, Yim HE, Yoo KH

Bartter syndrome is an autosomal recessive hypokalemic salt-losing tubulopathy, and classic Bartter syndrome is associated with mutations in the CLCNKB gene. While chronic hypokalemia is known to induce renal cyst...
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Nafcillin-Associated Hypokalemia

Lee DH, Lee EK, Kim SM, Cho JT, Kim SW, Lee Je

Hypokalemia is a common finding in various clinical settings; it is associated with diuretic use and loss of potassium via the gastrointestinal tract. Less common causes are renal tubular acidosis,...
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Diagnostic Accuracy of Computed Tomography in Predicting Primary Aldosteronism Subtype According to Age

Lee SH, Kim JW, Yoon HK, Koh JM, Shin CS, Kim SW, Kim JH

Background: Guidelines by the Endocrine Society Guideline on bypassing adrenal vein sampling (AVS) in patients
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Development of donepezil-induced hypokalemia following treatment of cognitive impairment

Kim D, Yoon HE, Park HS, Shin SJ, Choi BS, Kim BS, Ban TH

Donepezil is a cholinesterase inhibitor used extensively to treat Alzheimer disease. The increased cholinergic activity is associated with adverse effects, therefore gastrointestinal symptoms, including nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, are common....
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Hypertension and Electrolyte Disorders in Patients with COVID-19

Lim JH, Jung HY, Choi JY, Park SH, Kim CD, Kim YL, Cho JH

The worldwide coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is still in progress, but much remains unknown about the disease. In this article, we review the association of hypertension or the renin-angiotensin...
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Renal Potassium Excretion Visualized on 82Rubidium PET/CT

Jochumsen M, Tolbod LP, Borre M, Frøkiær J, Bouchelouche K, Sörensen J

The positron emission tomography (PET) flow tracer 82Rubidium is a known potassium analogue. During our studies of tumor blood flow in prostate cancer, we found that approximately 10% of the patients...
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Significance of Hypokalemia in Functional Outcomes of Patients with Subacute Stroke

Kim YS, Park YG, Park J, Yi H, Ko EJ

This retrospective case-control study aimed to the effect of hypokalemia on the functional outcomes of patients with subacute stroke. A total of 96 post-stroke hemiplegic patients admitted to an inpatient...
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Electrical storm induced by hypokalemia associated with herbal medicines containing licorice

Kim HK, Kim SS

A 60-year-old woman presented with polymorphic ventricular tachycardia secondary to hypokalemia, which necessitated dozens of DC cardioversions. She was not taking any other medication and denied any vomiting or diarrhea....
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Thyrotoxic hypokalemic periodic paralysis due to Graves' disease in 2 adolescents

Roh JG, Park KJ, Lee HS, Hwang JS

Thyrotoxic periodic paralysis (TPP) is a notable and potentially lethal complication of thyrotoxicosis, and Graves' disease is the most common cause of TPP. TPP is commonly reported in Asian males...
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Reninoma: a rare cause of curable hypertension

Kim JH, Kim JH, Cho MH, Park E, Hyun HS, Ahn YH, Kang HG, Moon KC, Ha IS, Cheong HI

The most common type of refractory hypertension found in children is secondary hypertension, which is a potentially curable disease. Reninoma, a renin-secreting juxtaglomerular cell tumor, is a rare cause of...
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Effects of aristolochic acid I and/or hypokalemia on tubular damage in C57BL/6 rat with aristolochic acid nephropathy

Yi JH, Han SW, Kim WY, Kim J, Park MH

BACKGROUND/AIMS: This study was designed to investigate the roles of aristolochic acid I (AA-I) and hypokalemia in acute aristolochic acid nephropathy (AAN). METHODS: After an adaptation period (1 week), a total...
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Interstitial Nephritis Caused by Anorexia Nervosa in Young Male; A Case Report and Literature Review

Choi JW, Kwon SK, Kim SM, Cho H, Lee HC, Kim HY

Severe eating disorders characterized by repetitive episodes of purging and vomiting can occasionally trigger acute kidney injury. However, interstitial nephritis induced by episodes of repeated vomiting has rarely been reported,...
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Alteration of Akt, p-Akt, ERK, and p-ERK Proteins Expression in the Kidney of Hypokalemic Rat

Bae CS, Cho HJ, Ahn KY

Hypokalemia causes metabolic alkalosis and morphological changes of the kidney. K⁺ balance is regulated not only by ion channels or pump gene, but also by various genes including NF-E2-related factor...
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Renal Tubular Acidosis in Patients with Primary Sjögren's Syndrome

Jung SW, Park EJ, Kim JS, Lee TW, Ihm CG, Lee SH, Moon JY, Kim YG, Jeong KH

Primary Sjögren's syndrome (pSS) is characterized by lymphocytic infiltration of the exocrine glands resulting in decreased saliva and tear production. It uncommonly involves the kidneys in various forms, including tubulointerstitial...
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A retrospective study of emergency department potassium disturbances: severity, treatment, and outcomes

Singer AJ, Thode HC, Peacock WF

OBJECTIVE: Disturbances in potassium (K) levels are relatively common and may be associated with significant morbidity and mortality; however, treatments vary. Our purpose was to determine the incidence, treatments, and...
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Clinical Study of a Newly Diagnosed Case of Gitelman Syndrome in a Patient Monitored for Liddle Syndrome

Park JH, Kim HY, Kim DH, Kim JW, Kim SH, Park WD

A 55-year-old man who had been monitored for Liddle syndrome in the nephrology division for 15 years visited again Inje University Sanggye Paik Hospital for a newly developed electrolyte disorder....
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A Fatal Adverse Effect of Barbiturate Coma Therapy: Dyskalemia

Kwon HM, Baek JW, Lee SP, Cho JI

The management guideline for traumatic brain injury (TBI) recommends high-dose barbiturate therapy to control increased intracranial pressure refractory to other therapeutic options. High-dose barbiturate therapy, however, may cause many severe...
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Cicletanine-induced hyponatremia and hypokalemia in kidney transplant patients

Choi EY, Ro Y, Choi JW, Kang CM, Kim GH

BACKGROUND: Cicletanine is an antihypertensive agent with vasorelaxant and diuretic properties. It has been widely used in European countries; however, cicletanine-associated electrolyte disturbances have yet to be defined. We investigated...
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Gitelman's Syndrome Associated with Chondrocalcinosis

Song ST, Lim YJ, Park JS, Song Y, Lee S, Choi J, Jun JB

Gitelman's syndrome (GS), a hereditary disease characterized by hypokalemia, hypomagnesemia, and hypocalciuria, is a salt-losing renal tubulopathy. Herein, we describe a case of a 28-year-old woman diagnosed with atypical GS...
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