[Epileptic insults, cerebral infarction and rhabdomyolysis as complications of amphetamine use].


In a 16-year-old boy with acute generalised epileptic convulsions, cerebral infarction and rhabdomyolysis were diagnosed. The urine was positive for amphetamine. Until that moment the patient had denied using drugs. He recovered and was discharged after nine days. Recreational use of ecstasy (methylenedioxymethamphetamine) and other amphetamine derivatives… (More)


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