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Multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection (MDR-TB) is a highly prevalent communicable disease in South Africa and often occurs in those with HIV infection. We describe three HIV-infected patients with pulmonary MDR-TB who received treatment with a regimen that included kanamycin and subsequently developed a Bartter-like syndrome. The clinical presentation varied from asymptomatic to severely symptomatic electrolyte disturbances, with one fatal outcome. This report highlights thedoi:10.21804/21-1-2757 fatcat:5tehatkdybcgldxlzgewiisria