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Crush syndrome

Crush syndrome refers to a series of pathophysiological changes of the body after the compression of heavy objects (such as stones, earth, etc.) for a long time. Clinically, the main manifestations are acute renal failure characterized by limb swelling, myoglobinuria and hyperkalemia. If not handled in time, the consequences are often more serious, and even lead to the death of patients.

Symptoms

Crossed ectopic kidney with or without fusion

Proximal

Parasitic urinary tract infection

Proximal tubular acidosis

Familial hemorrhagic nephritis

Menstrual sensation

Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis

Renal damage in hyperthyroidism

Focal glomerulosclerosis

Pseudoaldosteronism

Interstitial cystitis

Captopril renal damage

muscular dystrophy

Dystonia syndrome

Diaphragmatic paralysis

Myoclonic cerebellar coordination disorder

Basal ganglia calcification

Acute transverse myelitis

Acute suppurative myelitis

Acute suppurative meningitis

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