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 +1  (nbme24#46)

it wasz the the shittiest question that i have ever read in my entire life ever!

 +1  (nbme16#48)

it is charcot marie tooth disease as it is inherited and with abnormal myelin sheath, foot drop, hammer toe etc.

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submitted by sherry(5),

Diarrhea in HARDASS can lead to metabolic acidosis as well. On second thought I decided to take crohn disease cuz I figured the clinical picture is more intermittent with potassium disturbances. I guess I just overthink due to the lack of other physical abnormalities.

daddyyikes  other than the patient not haveing any sxs of crohn's i dont see any reason why its not crohn's. we differ crohn's and rta by urine anion gap. in chronic diarrhoea it is negative while in rta its +ve but in question the anion gap was normal +