Tolesani Jr. O.,Hospital Sao Lucas Copacabana |
Roderjan C.N.,Hospital Sao Lucas Copacabana |
Do Carmo Neto E.,Hospital Sao Lucas Copacabana |
Ponte M.M.,Hospital Sao Lucas Copacabana |
And 2 more authors.
Revista Brasileira de Terapia Intensiva | Year: 2013
Haff disease associated rhabdomyolysis is correlated with the ingestion of certain freshwater fsh and shellfish and is caused by an unidentified toxin. We report the case of a patient who experienced rhabdomyolysis approximately 2 hours after ingestion of the freshwater fish Mylossoma duriventre (pacu-manteiga) approximately 3 years after an outbreak had been reported in Manaus, Brazilian Amazon. Source