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Mystery Medications and Renal Failure

      Dr. David Toomey: Today's case is that of a 28-year-old male with no known medical history who presented to the emergency department (ED) with several days of decreased urination. According to the patient, who was accompanied by his mother, he had been otherwise feeling well until approximately 1–2 months ago when he began experiencing symptoms of early satiety, bloating after meals, and nausea without abdominal pain.
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