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Type I renal tubular acidosis

Type I renal tubular acidosis is a functional defect of distal renal tubules, which can not establish an effective pH gradient between the lumen fluid and peritubular fluid, reduce hydrogen secretion and ammonia generation, and retain hydrogen ions in the body, resulting in acidosis. Family sex is more common in adult women, the infant type is short-lived, and rarely relapses after improvement.

Symptoms

Type I diabetes mellitus

Myoclonus

cervical spondylopathy

hyperthyroidism

Alcoholic liver

thyroiditis

hypothyroidism

colitis

alcoholism

Anxiety disorder

Alcoholic cardiomyopathy

Acute pericarditis

myopathy

Acute myelitis

Spastic torticollis

Tuberculous meningitis

Spinal cord injury

Spinocerebellar degeneration

Giant gyrus malformation

Spinocerebellar ataxia

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