Four-limb compartment syndrome associated with the systemic capillary leak syndrome.

Abstract

Systemic capillary leak syndrome, or the Clarkson syndrome, is an extremely rare condition in which increased capillary permeability results in a massive shift of fluid into the extravascular space. This is followed rapidly by hypotensive shock, haemoconcentration, and, potentially, substantial oedema of the limbs resulting in an acute compartment syndrome… (More)
DOI: 10.1302/0301-620X.92B12.25225

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