Case Report: Rhabdomyolysis in Glutaric Aciduria Type I

@article{Chow2004CaseRR,
  title={Case Report: Rhabdomyolysis in Glutaric Aciduria Type I},
  author={S L Chow and C. Rohan and Andrew A Morris},
  journal={Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease},
  year={2004},
  volume={26},
  pages={711-712}
}
Recurrent rhabdomyolysis has previously been reported in one patient with glutaric aciduria type I. We report rhabdomyolysis in a second, unrelated patient, suggesting that there may be a specific association with this metabolic disorder. 
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