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MYOGLOBINURIA - RHABDOMYOLYSIS

Myoglobinuria
  Malignant hyperthermia
  General features
  Pathophysiology
  Specific causes

Myoglobinuria: Acquired causes
  Muscle activity
    Overactivity
    Exercise
  Drugs
  Idiopathic recurrent
  Infections
  Ischemia (Hypoxia)
    Compartment syndromes
  Mitochondrial
  Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
  Other: Occasional myoglobinuria
  Polymyositis: Anti-MAS syndrome
  Serotonin syndrome
  Snake venoms
  Systemic
    Hypokalemia
    Thyroid: Hyper or Hypo
  Toxins
  Trauma
Myoglobinuria: Familial causes
  Acyl-CoA Dehydrogenase (VLCAD)
  Carnitine Palmitoyltransferase II (CPT2)
  Central core
  Childhood Recurrent: LPIN1; 2p25
  Glycogen metabolism disorders
  Hypokalemic periodic paralysis
  King-Denborough syndrome
  Malignant hyperthermia (MHS) loci
    MHS1: Ryanodine Receptor; 19q13
    MHS2: Na+ channel (SCNA4); 17q11
    MHS3: Ca++ channel (CACNL2A); 7q21
    MHS4: 3q13
    MHS5: Ca++ channel (CACNA1S); 1q32
    MHS6: 5p
    CPT2: 1p32
  Marinesco-Sjögren
  Mitochondrial
  Muscular dystrophies