Author(s): Jones JM, Dorrell S
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Abstract > Gitelman's syndrome is primary renal tubular hypokalemic metabolic alkalosis with hypocalciuria and magnesium deficiency. We present the prenatal course and outcome of two pregnancies in a patient with Gitelman's syndrome. The complication encountered was oligohydramnios. Close monitoring of serum magnesium and potassium, amniotic fluid volume, and fetal growth is required.
This article was published in J Matern Fetal Investig
and referenced in Journal of Clinical Case Reports