hypochloridemia

hypochloridemia

hypochloremia.
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Other clinically relevant abnormalities were a moderate, proportional hyponatremia and hypochloridemia, moderate to marked hypocalcemia and hypophosphatemia, mild hyperuricemia, and hyperglycemia.
Intracellular shifting into damaged or necrotic myocytes was considered a likely cause of the initial hyponatremia, hypochloridemia, and hypocalcemia, although the possibility exists that one or more of the conditions may have been preexisting and contributed to development of rhabdomyolysis (Table 1).
Electrolyte imbalances are also characteristic and may present as hyper or hypokalemia, hyponatremia hypochloridemia, hypophosphatemia, and hypomagnesemia.