Need some help.
46 year old female patient, initially with periferic facial paresis, the developed a severe hyponatremia, and recently also hypokalemia. Given NAcl solutions, the Na level is lower rather then going up...
She has also hypertension. Cranial CT was normal, abdominal CT also normal.
If anyone might have an ideea, please share with us.
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