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Journal of Case Reports in Medicine
A 53-year-old Hispanic male with a history of seizure disorder was admitted for acute kidney injury (AKI) and rhabdomyolysis due to status epilepticus. He was managed with IV fluids and IV phenytoin. No breakthrough seizures occurred on admission and AKI quickly resolved. Twenty-four hours after therapeutic levels of serum phenytoin were reached, serum creatine kinase (CK) levels peaked again despite adequate IV fluid administration and in the absence of any other cause of rhabdomyolysis or CKdoi:10.4303/jcrm/235849 fatcat:5euzhe42rfhfhjzomhncsxmysi