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hypokalemia predisposes digoxin toxicity and digoxin causes hyperkalemia
hyponatremia (and dehydration) predisposes lithium toxicity and lithium (polyuria) causes hypernatremia
hypercalcemia predisposes to pancreatitis and pancreatitis causes hypocalcemia
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severe hypokalemia causes rhabdomyolysis and rhabdomyolysis causes hyperkalemia
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