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what are some causes of high calcium, sodium, potassium, and chloride?

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Dr. Gebrehana Zebro (formerly Woldegiorgis)
31 years experience Internal Medicine
Many causes: The main ones are diet , taking the above mentioned minerals as medication , kidney diseases ( for potassium ) hormonal problem ( hyperparathyroidism for calcium) , malignant diseases and many others
Answered on Aug 14, 2018
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