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Abstract | November 6, 2020

A Rare case of anorexia nervosa leading to hypoklameic nephropathy

Although the complications of psychiatric conditions are vast, irreversible kidney damage as the leading cause of death is an infrequent occurrence. There have not been many documented cases that discuss how an eating disorder results in chronic metabolic disturbance due to permanent scarring of the renal interstitum.

Posted in: Nephrology and Urology2 Medicine & Medical Specialties21 Eating Disorders (Not Including Obesity)1
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