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Ailesel Hipokalemik Alkaloz: Gitelman Sendromu

Familial Hypokalemic Alkalosis: Gitelman’s Syndrome

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Gitelman’s syndrome is one of the major variant of familial hypokalemic alkalosis syndromes, presenting with hypocalciuria, hypomagnesemia, and sodium and cloride wasting, which results in hyperreninemia and hyperaldosteronism. It is not associated with hypertension. It is usually benign and diagnosed in adults. It is inherited as an autosomal recessive trait, and is genetically homogeneous. We report a patient who is 25 years old female with metabolic alkalosis, resistant hypokalemia, and normal blood pressure.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Gitelman sendromu, hipokalsüri, hipomagnezemi, idrarda sodyum ve klor kaybı ve bunun sonucu olarak hiperreninemi ve hiperaldosteronizmle giden ailesel hipokalemik alkaloz sendromlarının bir tanesidir. Tabloya hipertansiyon eşlik etmez. Genellikle iyi seyirlidir ve erişkin yaşta teşhis edilir. Kalıtsal olarak otozomal resesif geçiş ve genetik olarak homojenite gösterir. Bu yazıda dirençli hipokalemisi, metabolik alkalozu olan ve hipertansiyonu olmayan 25 yaşında bir bayan hastayı sunduk.

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