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they say that urine chloride is increased in those conditions, while i think it should be decreased since CL follows Na ... correct me
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I think its wrong in USMLE WORLD ... I always send them corrections, they never reply
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They will never reply.

UW authors are a bunch of arrogant residents (2 US and one Indian) who have became millionaires because they used to ask students what questions they got.

In my opinion the NBME/ECFMG should investigate the origin of their wealth and get them expelled.

Did you notice that they never mention their names in their website! I wonder why
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they say that urine chloride is increased in those conditions, while i think it should be decreased since CL follows Na ... correct me
Which conditions are you referring to?
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