FLORA AND FAUNA ISSN 2456-9364(Online) 0971-6920(Print)
         
2015 Vol.21 No.1 PP 133-136
ACUTE RENAL FAILURE IN HYPOTHYROID PATIENT, CAUSE HABDOMYOLYSIS.
N. S. SENGAR, NUTAN AGARWAL*, SAURABH GUPTA, KSHITIZ NATH and ASHISH SHARMA
Department of Medicine M.L.B., Medical College JHANSI 284128 (India)
ABSTRACT
In our study, we are discussing about acute renal failure in five male patients of age group about 26-38 yrs. Patients presented with myalgia and signs and symptoms of acute renal failure. On further evaluation, all patients have higher value of serum TSH and elevated muscle enzyme CPK and increased Sr. creatinine. Immediate thyroid replacement therapy was given following which myalgia and Sr. creatinine improved. Hypothyroidism although rare, but has been reported as a cause of rhabdomyolysis. So, hypothyroidism must be considered in patient presenting with elevated muscle enzyme and acute renal failure..

Key words :Acute Renal Failure, CPK, Hypothyroidism, Rhabdomyolysis, TSH.
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