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Rabdomiólisis por spinning en nueve pacientes

@article{Montero2009RabdomilisisPS,
  title={Rabdomi{\'o}lisis por spinning en nueve pacientes},
  author={Javier Montero and Carlos Lovesio and Mar{\'i}a Victoria Ca{\~n}adas Godoy and Gustavo Vega Ruiz},
  journal={Medicina-buenos Aires},
  year={2009},
  volume={69},
  pages={153-156}
}
: Rhabdomyolysis is a syndrome that results from the destruction of the skeletal muscle. The one produced by exercise is observed after an intense physical effort. A form of high-intensity exercise called spinning or indoor cycling that involves using a stationary bicycle, has been exceptionally reported as a generating factor of muscular damage in the medical literature. A retrospective study was performed to assess the clinical presentation and the complications shown by nine patients who… 

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