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PEM Questions

(Click the link to comment and to vote - voting not working through email, sorry!) You are asked to evaluate a 3 day old male with severe lethargy and hypotonia. He is mildly tachypneic. He is afebrile. As part of your work-up, you evaluate him for inborn errors of metabolism. Which of the following is false about urea cycle disorder as a diagnosis for his findings? [yop_poll id="127"]
(Click the link to comment and to vote - voting not working through email, sorry!)   Match the classic serum electrolyte / acid-base findings with the pediatric condition: 1) hypochloremic hypokalemic metabolic alkalosis 2) hyponatremic hyperkalemic metabolic acidosis 3) hyponatremic normokalemic metabolic acidosis 4) hypercalcemic metabolic alkalosis A) DKA B) pyloric stenosis C) milk alkali syndrome D) congenital adrenal hyperplasia [yop_poll id="63"]

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