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Ionised and total magnesium concentrations were determined in the serum of different groups of patients suffering from renal or hepatic diseases. Ionised magnesium was measured by Microlyte 6 (KONE, Espoo, Finland) and total magnesium by atomic absorption spectrometry. In renal insufficiency ionised and total magnesium concentrations were almost equally increased. In proteinuria with a normal glomerular filtration rate, "pseudohypomagnesaemia" was observed, i. e. decreased total magnesiumdoi:10.18452/10262 fatcat:h4xxfeh6rzal5f43tantvucso4