Shakuyaku-kanzo-to Induces Pseudoaldosteronism Characterized by Hypokalemia, Rhabdomyolysis, Metabolic Alkalosis

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Shakuyaku-kanzo-to Induces Pseudoaldosteronism Characterized by Hypokalemia, Rhabdomyolysis, Metabolic Alkalosis with Respiratory Compensation, and Increased Urinary Cortisol Levels

Background: Licorice, the primary ingredient of the Japanese herbal medicine shakuyaku-kanzo-to, can cause pseudoaldosteronism. Thus, shakuyaku-kanzo-to can cause this condition. Case description...

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