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Contents for Acidosis
  1. Introduction: Acidosis
  2. Causes (149 conditions)
  3. Causes of Types
  4. Drug causes (14 listings)
  5. Drug interaction causes (1 listings)
  6. Diagnostic tests (10 listings)
  7. Questions your doctor may ask (and why) (25 listings)
  8. Combined symptoms


Actidosis: Actidosis is listed as an alternate name or description for symptom:

Causes of Acidosis (Actidosis): See detailed list of causes below.

Acidosis (medical symptom): The accumulation of hydrogen ions or the depletion of the alkaline reserve in the body.

Introduction: Actidosis

Acidosis (medical symptom): Acidos is an excess of acidic waste products in the blood. This section examines acidosis as a symptom of an underlying condition. See also the symptoms of acidosis and more information about acidosis. Acidosis is an extremely serious symptom and requires immediate professional medical advice.

Causes of Acidosis (Actidosis)

The list of medical condition causes of Acidosis (Actidosis) includes:

All 149 causes of Acidosis

More Specific Symptoms for Actidosis:

Review the causes of the following types of more specific symptoms for Actidosis:

Related Symptoms for Actidosis

Research the causes of these related symptoms that are similar to, or related to, the symptom Actidosis:

Broader Symptom Types for Actidosis:

Research the causes of these symptoms that are more broader types of symptom than Actidosis:

More Symptom Information for Actidosis

For a medical symptom description of 'Actidosis', the following symptom information may be relevant to the symptoms: Acidosis (symptom). However, note that other causes of the symptom 'Actidosis' may be possible.

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