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Rhabdomyolysis updated

By G Efstratiadis, A Voulgaridou, D Nikiforou, A Kyventidis, E Kourkouni and G Vergoulas


Rhabdomyolysis constitutes a common cause of acute renal failure and presents paramount interest. A large variety of causes with different pathogenetic mechanisms can involve skeletal muscles resulting in rhabdomyolysis with or without acute renal failure. Crush syndrome, one of the most common causes of rhabdomyolysis presents increased clinical interest, particularly in areas often involved by earthquakes, such as Greece and Turkey. Drug abusers are another sensitive group of young patients prone to rhabdomyolysis, which attracts the clinical interest of a variety of medical specialties

Topics: Review Article
Publisher: LITHOGRAPHIA Antoniadis I.-Psarras Th. G.P.
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