Fanconi syndrome is a hereditary or acquired disease of the renal proximal tubules, without primary involvement of kidney glomeruli, and is characterized by the tubular wasting of nutrients and salts, which are released into the urine. Clinical features include hypokalaemia, acidosis, hypercalciuria and proteinuria.
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