Syndromes are inherited, acquired, or both. Some syndromes almost always manifest themselves in childhood, including

Many substances, including electrolytes, protons, bicarbonate molecules, glucose, uric acid, amino acid and free water are secreted or reabsorbed in the renal tubules. Impaired function of these processes can lead to clinical syndromes. Syndromes are inherited, acquired, or both. Some syndromes almost always manifest themselves in childhood, including Bartter’s syndrome Gitelman syndrome Zysteinurie Hartnup syndrome hypophosphatemic rickets Other symptoms that affect the renal tubules, insipidus Pseudohypoaldosteronism manifest in adults and children, including Fanconi syndrome Liddle’s syndrome Nephrogenic diabetes type I Renal glucosuria renal tubular acidosis

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