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Clinical features

Last reviewed dd mmm yyyy. Last edited dd mmm yyyy

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The clinical features of renal tubular acidosis type II include:

  • weakness due to hypokalaemia
  • acidosis and hyperventilation
  • rickets in children; osteomalacia
  • polyuria and polydipsia
  • proximal myopathy

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