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ANY IDEAS? – A patient…

… in her early thirties presents with traumatic syncope:

The patient’s ECG shows prolonged QTc (620 ms) and blood tests revealed severe potassium loss (2.5 mmol/L). No family history of sudden death and a physical exam was normal.

Her past medical history is

Appendectomy age 11

Hernia repair 2 years ago

Extraction of Wisdom Tooth 4 days ago

Childhood Cancer Survivor (ALL)

Dr. Doris HAIDER

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