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Respiratory acidosis

Respiratory acidosis refers to the decrease of pH value caused by the increase of primary PaCO2. Clinically, the disease can exist alone or at the same time with other acid-base balance disorders. According to the speed of onset, it can be divided into acute respiratory acidosis and chronic respiratory acidosis.

Symptoms

Erythropoietic porphyria

Erythropoietic protoporphyria

Suppurative osteomyelitis

Necrotizing sarcoidosis like granulomatosis

Mixed porphyria

Acquired circulating anticoagulant syndrome

Cavernous hemangioma thrombocytopenia syndrome

Acquired vitamin K-dependent coagulation factor abnormality

Acquired circulating anticoagulant syndrome

Acquired platelet dysfunction

acquired hemophilia

Pyrimidine 5 '- nucleotide deficiency

Huntington's disease dementia

IgA nephropathy

Type II renal tubular acidosis

Type I renal tubular acidosis

Type I diabetes mellitus

Myoclonus

cervical spondylopathy

hyperthyroidism

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