In order to diagnose rhabdomyolysis, you doctor can use several tests. A physical exam can help your doctor determine possible muscle damage. Blood and urine tests can reveal the presence of certain substances that indicate rhabdomyolysis as well. Talk to your doctor if you believe you may have rhabdomyolysis.
- Aging, Bone & Joint Conditions
- Bone & Joint Conditions
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Degenerative Spinal Disease
- Environment - Bones & Joints
- Exercise - Bones & Joints
- Foot and Ankle Conditions
- Healthy Bones, Joints & Muscles
- Hypermobility Syndrome
- Knee Pain
- Kyphosis (Hunchback)
- Paget's Disease
- Psoriatic Arthritis
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
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