Case Report
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2019.
World J Clin Cases. Oct 6, 2019; 7(19): 3111-3119
Published online Oct 6, 2019. doi: 10.12998/wjcc.v7.i19.3111
Table 2 Reported cases of primary hypoparathyroidism with rhabdomyolysis
Ref.Age/sexYearMain symptomsCKCalciumTriggerTreatmentFollow up
Liu et al[5]53/M1983Leg pain, swelling, erythema of extremity450001.175CellulitisErgocalciferol (100000 U/d), gluconate calcium (20 g/d)Normal
Akmal[7]45/F1993Tiredness, weakness,inappropriate, behavior260801.025NoneCalcium gluconate and vitamin D2Normal
Hirata et al[13]30/M2001Tetany, hyporeflexia, fatigue35401.2NoneCalcium and 1α-hydroxyvitamin D3Normal
Labarthe et al[10]4 m/M2006Muscular pains, areflexia109601.2FastingAlfacalcidol (20 μg/d)Nuclear cataract
Naiki et al[8]2/F2014Tetany95771.48InfectionIntravenous fluidsRecurrence (3 yr old)
van Vliet et al[9]20/F2017Dyspnea, muscle weakness, vomiting1939361.48Viral gastroenteritisIntravenous hydration, calciumRecurrence 14 wk later
Sumnu et al[6]26/M2015Pain and cramps in the legs, nausea, vomiting2620000.925TetanyCalcium and calcitriol, hydrationHypercalcemia
Kutílek et al[19]16/M2018Convulsions, transient loss of consciousness1920< 1NoneCalcium, cholecalciferolNormal