[Two cases of acute alcoholic myopathy associated with rhabdomyolysis].

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We reported two cases of acute alcoholic myopathy associated with rhabdomyolysis. The first case was 62 year-old man, who had been drinking every day for 40 years. Following diarrhea, he had psychic symptoms, and was admitted to our hospital. He was in a state of delirium. Tremor in extremities, dysarthria and weakness of lower extremities were observed… (More)

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@article{Matsuda1993TwoCO, title={[Two cases of acute alcoholic myopathy associated with rhabdomyolysis].}, author={M. Matsuda and Y. Tanaka and Hiroomi Watabe and S. Nakagawa and K. Oguchi and Naotake Yanagisawa}, journal={No to shinkei = Brain and nerve}, year={1993}, volume={45 11}, pages={1051-4} }