- potassium-losing nephropathy
- hypokalemic nephropathy after persistent potassium loss; it may be seen in metabolic alkalosis, adrenocortical hormone excess, or in intrinsic renal disease such as renal tubular acidosis or juxtaglomerular cell hyperplasia. Called also potassium-losing nephritis.
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