Thursday, September 29, 2011

Crayfish rhabdomyolysis syndro

1. Nanjing rhabdomyolysis syndrome that appears related to crayfish do? Answer: since July this year, Nanjing Jiangsu provincial people's Hospital, Nanjing drum tower hospital, patients have been admitted to hospital because the edible crayfish, present as muscle soreness and with serum Myoglobin and creatine phosphokinase rise, soy sauce's color urine appears in some patients, doctors diagnosed with rhabdomyolysis.   After further study on epidemiological investigation and expert discussions, initially think the Nanjing appears after a few cases of rhabdomyolysis syndrome associated with edible crayfish.   2. What is a Striated Muscle dissolution syndrome?   Answer: Striated Muscle dissolved integrated levy commonly known as muscle dissolved, striated muscle dissolved may makes muscle cell in the of content property release to blood in the, these content property due to contains more of muscle red protein and makes patients performance for muscle red protein blood/urine disorder, due to muscle red protein required through kidney discharges body outside, thus heavy disorder patients in discharges process in the muscle red protein is easy blocking renal small tube and effect renal function.   3. What are the possible causes of rhabdomyolysis syndrome?   Answer usually Striated Muscle dissolution and certain hereditary diseases, muscle trauma, muscle ischemic damage, excessive muscle movement, metabolism diseases and bacteria and virus infection-related, second drinking, drugs or chemical toxins can also cause Striated Muscle dissolution.   4. eating crayfish in Nanjing in China suspected clinical cases of rhabdomyolysis syndrome caused by what are the symptoms? Answer: currently in China has reported due to edible small lobster and led Striated Muscle dissolved of case, are is in edible small lobster number hours to more than 10 hours Hou onset, clinical symptoms for: continued sexual muscle pain, main performance for systemic sexual or local sexual pain (as back, and shoulder, and neck, and chest, and lower limb, and upper limb, and waist,), individual case with low back pain, and weak, and chest stuffy, and respiratory pain, symptoms. Cases had no fever, muscle cramps, dry mouth, dizziness, numbness, disturbance of consciousness, hepatosplenomegaly, and so on.   Clinical inspection of creatine phosphokinase in transient rise.   5. have there been any similar cases in the history report? A: crayfish in China for many years the edible history that consumption of broader population, is a popular flavor of food. From a historical point, China had occurred in 2000 reported in Beijing area 6 crayfish induced rhabdomyolysis syndrome cases. According to documents reported, other countries also have cases of rhabdomyolysis syndrome resulting from an edible fishery products, from 1924 first discovered has been more than 80 years of history.   The disease in the Baltic Sea region, the Mediterranean, United States, and Brazil are occurring, and edible buffalo fish, freshwater fish or crayfish and other food-related, but the number of cases have occurred rarely.   6. What is a half? A: in 1924, was first reported on the international foreign caused by consumption of aquatic products of rhabdomyolysis cases of syndrome of unknown origin, occurred in the Baltic Sea in half, thus called Hough (Haff Disease), suspect the disease associated with toxins that have not yet been determined. Hough disease typically present as sudden onset of rhabdomyolysis, accompanied by urinary muscle tenderness, stiffness, soy sauce, and so on.   The disease may be associated with eating a lot of aquatic products and individual factors.   7. Nanjing crayfish rhabdomyolysis caused by suspected syndrome and Hough has to do with it?   Answer: Nanjing case reports of rhabdomyolysis syndrome and half of the previous reports at home and abroad in the presentation, on the results of laboratory testing, epidemiological features of highly similar.   8. half rhabdomyolysis caused by disease and crayfish suspected syndrome prognosis? A: fo

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