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46 Possible Causes for Myoglobinemia

  • Haff Syndrome

    Anything that will cause myoglobinuria will cause myoglobinemia.[]

  • Glycogen Storage Disease Type 7

    Myopathic forms: Type V and VII Glycogen deposition in muscle Muscle cramp after exercise Exercise induced lactic acidosis (block in glycolysis) There may be myoglobinemia[]

  • Glycogen Storage Disease Type 5

    Myoglobinuria — Especially after a contracture, the damaged muscle contents leak out of the torn cell and enter the bloodstream — myoglobinemia —and pass through the kidneys[]

  • Glycogen Storage Disease Type 2

    JOURNAL ARTICLES Cupler EJ, Berger KI, Leshner RT, et al. Consensus treatment recommendations for late-onset Pompe disease. Muscle Nerve. 2012;45:319-333. Gungor D, de Vries JM, Hop WC, et al. Survival and associated factors in 268 adults with Pompe disease prior to treatment with enzyme replacement therapy.[…][]

  • Electrocution by Lightning

    Story highlights A man in his 20s was killed in a lightning strike at California's Venice Beach Emergency responders treated 13 people injured in the storm Thunderstorms were in the forecast before deadly lightning strike Fatalities from lightning strikes are rare in California A relaxing day at Southern California's[…][]

  • Myoglobinemia

    Overall, myoglobinemia was detected in 74.1% of sera taken from patients with active myositis before therapy, with slightly greater frequency in the groups with dermatomyositis[] Myoglobinemia was noted in patients with serum CPK levels above 200-250 units. Ten of the 12 patients in whom myoglobinemia was present had convulsions.[] KEYWORDS: Forensic sample; Lipidomics; Mass spectrometry; Myoglobin; Myoglobinemia[]

  • Acute Exertional Rhabdomyolysis

    It is concluded that, in a recruit population, large numbers of men may have myoglobinemia but not be seen initially as clinical cases.[] […] of potentially toxic cellular content (eg, creatine kinase [CK], organic acids with free oxygen radicals, and intracellular electrolytes), causing electrolyte imbalances, myoglobinemia[] High levels of myoglobin in the blood (myoglobinemia) result in a “spill over” of myoglobin into the urine (myoglobinuria).[]

  • Rhabdomyolysis

    An acute, fulminating, potentially fatal disease of skeletal muscle that entails destruction of muscle, as evidenced by myoglobinemia and myoglobinuria.[] It is characterized by myoglobinemia and myoglobinuria. Rhabdomyolysis presents with triad of muscle weakness, myalgias and myoglobinuria.[] High levels of myoglobin in the blood (myoglobinemia) result in a “spill over” of myoglobin into the urine (myoglobinuria).[]

  • Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

    […] of NMS: Leukocytosis, thrombocytosis, partially explained by dehydration Increased lactate dehydrogenase and creatine kinase, with high values indicating rhabdomyolysis Myoglobinemia[] […] laboratory parameter is high CPK ( 1000 IU/L ). (6) Leukocytosis is a consistent finding, and there are mild elevations in LDH and transaminases, electrolyte imbalance and myoglobinemia[] […] the following: Increased LDH Increased creatine kinase (50-100% of cases) Increased AST and ALT Increased alkaline phosphatase Hyperuricemia Hyperphosphatemia Hyperkalemia Myoglobinemia[]

  • Licorice Ingestion

    The myoglobinemia led to a glomerulopathy and tubulopathy. There was, however, no clinical evidence of acute renal failure (ARF).[]

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