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A 17-year-old man is brought to the emergency department after collapsing while jogging on a hot and humid day. On arrival, his blood pressure is 115/60 mmHg, and his pulse is 110/min; he has dry mucous membranes and flattened jugular veins. The blood chemistry shows hypernatremia. Relative to normal, which of the following urinalysis results would be most likely prior to treatment?

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Adult Lab Normals
Pediatric Lab Normals