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A primary etiology for hypotension with decreased serum sodium, chloride, glucose and bicarbonate, and increased serum potassium is most often caused by:
A. Infectious process
B. Tuberculosis
C. Autoimmune lymphocytic adrenalitis
D. Metastatic tumor
E. Histiocytosis X
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A primary etiology for hypotension with decreased serum sodium, chloride, glucose and bicarbonate, and increased serum potassium is most often caused by:
A. Infectious process
B. Tuberculosis
C. Autoimmune lymphocytic adrenalitis
D. Metastatic tumor
E. Histiocytosis X


Autoimmune lymphocytic adrenalitis..
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c) most common primary
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the correct answer is c
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