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Last Updated: 26 September 2022

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A case of Renal tubular acidosis as an acute presentation of Sjogren Syndrome with Hyperthyroidism

ABSTRACT (ABSTRACT) We present a case of 26-year-old female with hypokalemia and distal renal tubular acidosis, as well as normal anion gap acidosis. All basic b lood tests were fine, and Anti Nucleic Antibody screening was positive, which was grade IV positive. Subsequently ANA profile was published, with Ssa/Ro 60k Ab titer, Ssa/Ro 52kd Ab titer, and a Ssb Ab titer as positive. Urine anion gap was positive, and urine pH was 6. 8. Sjogren's most patients have hypothyroidism and not hyperthyroidism.

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