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Recurrent ‘Lactic’ Acidosis-a Cautionary Tale

Abstract Lactic acidosis can be caused by a variety of pathological conditions. We present a case of recurrent ‘lactic’ acidosis, which was eventually diagnosed to be secondary to ethylene glycol poisoning. Though there are a handful of cases reported in the literature, it is not widely known that glycolic acid…

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