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BOF: 34

A fifty –five year old male presents with a history of anorexia, nausea and vomiting and abdominal pain.

His skin is pigmented with pigmentation of palmar creases and sun exposed areas. He has a few patches of vitiligo. His blood pressure is low and there is a postural drop.

In this patient the blood urea and electrolytes are likely to show the following

a)      Decreased Na, Decreased K, Normal Urea

b)      Decreased Na, Increased K, Increased Urea

c)      Decreased Na, Increased K Normal Urea

d)      Increased Na, Decreased K, Increased Urea

e)  Decreased Na, Decreased K, Increased Urea

 

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