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Renal tubular acidosis type I

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Type I renal tubular acidosis is caused by a defect in the distal convoluted tubule which prevents the normal acidification of the urine.

There is a failure in acid excretion.

RTA-I may be inherited or may be secondary to other renal disease.

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