volume 18, issue 2, P129-130 1992
DOI: 10.1007/bf01705049
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Abstract: A case of acute compartment syndrome is described in a young man as a result of theophylline toxicity. Profound hypokalaemia and grand mal seizures are considered as potential causes of rhabdomyolysis and the subsequent development of compartment syndrome.

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