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A CLINICAL CASE OF RENAL TUBULAR ACIDOSIS (TYPE III) IN AN INFANT


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Tubulopathy is accompanied by electrolyte imbalance due to impaired excretion of hydrogen ions (type I), impaired reabsorption of bicarbonates (type II), abnormal aldosterone production, or interaction with it (IV). The course can be asymptomatic or with manifestations of electrolyte disorders: weakness, nausea, bone deformities. Diagnosis of renal acidemia is based on measurements of urine pH and electrolytes, data from genetic tests. A clinical case of renal tubular acidosis (type III) in an infant. The article presents the clinical picture of renal tubular acidosis, its classification, and diagnostics in children. Authors consider the importance of applying modern research methods to conduct timely treatment and improve the patients’ lives.


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