PMID: 7291103Apr 1, 1981Paper

Potassium shift in thyrotoxic periodic paralysis

Postgraduate Medical Journal
J Feely

Abstract

A thyrotoxic patient who initially presented with periodic paralysis is described. Precipitation of an attack by a high carbohydrate diet was associated with only a modest fall in plasma potassium but with a marked rise in total blood cell potassium.

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