Reversible skeletal muscle damage after administration of local anesthetics with and without epinephrine.

Abstract

Local anesthetic preparations with and without epinephrine, which are in common clinical use, produced reversible skeletal muscle damage in the rat after a single local administration. In addition, epinephrine alone, in concentrations of more than 1:200,000, caused similar but less extensive damage. 

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