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Things hypokalemia often describes (“hypokalemia ________”)
results, causes

Descriptive words:
severe, induced, chronic, significant, mild, profound, acute, spontaneous, persistent, correct, symptomatic, serious, resultant, unexplained, threatening, moderate, refractory, transient, unprovoked, possible, marked, clinical, preoperative, associated, secondary, intracellular, concomitant, uncorrected, less, diureticinduced, extreme, initial, dangerous, fatal, additive, spurious, concurrent, hypocapneic, relative, familial, consequent, congenital, asymptomatic, advanced, progressive, potential, manifest, precipitate, untreated, subsequent, related, iatrogenic, postoperative, potassium, maternal, extracellular, existing, frank, systemic, amphotericin, pronounced, prolonged, periodic, intractable, simultaneous, eventual, modest, hyper, standing, unrecognized, latrogenic, observed, eg., overt, mediated, diuretic

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