Rare cause of acute kidney injury associated with rhabdomyolysis: quail meat consumption
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CitationDoğan, İ., Eser, B., Şeker, A. (2016). Rare cause of acute kidney injury associated with rhabdomyolysis: quail meat consumption. Therapeutic Apheresis and Dialysis, 20(6), 690-691.
Dear Editor Acute rhabdomyolysis syndrome is a condition that may lead to electrolyte anomalies, acidosis, hypovolemia and hemoglobinuric renal failure. The most common reasons behind this syndrome are direct muscle damages, and toxic, ischemic, infectious, inflammatory or metabolic disorders 1. One of the rare reasons is food poisoning as a result of eating quail meat 1, 2. The purpose of this letter is to discuss the development of acute rhabdomyolysis after quail meat consumption in two cases