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Q. A 57-year-old woman with hypertension and chronic renal insufficiency who had refused dialysis for two years was found in respiratory distress after one week of upper respiratory symptoms due to a viral. She was admitted to the intensive care unit and required vasopressor support. On physical examination, diffuse deposits of tiny white crystalline material were observed on her skin (Panels A and B). This is a skin condition often seen in patients with Chronic renal failure. What is the pathophysiology of this skin conditions
A. Accumulation of urea and other nitrogenous waste products accumulate in sweat and crystallize after evaporation.
B. Accumulation of urochromes in the body
C. Due to excessive dehydration
D. All of the above


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