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What is the major cause of systemic acidosis in Fanconi syndrome?
A) Hypophosphatemia
B) Loss of bicarbonate
C) Hyperkalemia
D) Aminoaciduria
E) increased proton reabsorbtion in proximal tubule
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Type II Renal Tubular acidosis
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What is the major cause of systemic acidosis in Fanconi syndrome?
A) Hypophosphatemia
B) Loss of bicarbonate
C) Hyperkalemia
D) Aminoaciduria
E) increased proton reabsorbtion in proximal tubule
B) loss of bicarbonate
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