[Massive rhabdomyolysis revealing a McArdle disease].


INTRODUCTION McArdle's disease is an autosomal recessive glycogenosis caused by deficiency of muscle glycogen phosphorylase resulting in glycogen accumulation in the skeletal muscle. Typically, McArdle's disease is characterized by exercise intolerance with muscle cramps and myoglobinuria. CASE REPORT We report a 20-year-old woman with massive… (More)


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