G455(P) A Pain in the buttocks: A case report to highlight an unusual cause of submalignant hyperthermia and rhabdomyolysis
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    Ryanodine Receptor mutation

    After reviewing some cases presenting to Bristol with Rhabdomyolysis I wondered if this child had genetics sent for Ryanodine Receptor gene (RYR gene). This can cause malignant hyperthermia and in our case the boy resented with muscle pain on exertion and recurrent rhabdomyolysis. The article below is useful.
    Chan EK, Kornberg AJ, Ryan MM, A diagnostic approach to recurrent myalgia and rhabdomyolysis in children. Archives of Disease in Childhood 2015;100:793-797.

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