Q.1
Why are patients with eating disorders generally protected from nephrolithiasis?

Q.2
Patients with eating disorders frequently develop hypokalemia from vomiting or laxative abuse. Hypokalemia promotes stone formation mainly by:

Q.3
Which of the following pathogenic mechanisms has not been implicated in the increased ammoniagenesis associated with hypokalemia?

Q.4
Which of the following is not a consequence of hypokalemia?

Q.5
Which of the following pathogenic mechanisms has not been implicated in the development of hypokalemic nephropathy?

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