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Raised potassium similar to hemolysis: Raised potassium similar to hemolysis refers to a high level of the electrolyte potassium (K+) that points to an underlying cause of excessive breakdown of red blood cells (hemolysis). See detailed information below for a list of 7 causes of Raised potassium similar to hemolysis, Symptom Checker, including diseases and drug side effect causes.
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