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A Catastrophic Consequence of Cramp

Abstract Quinine has long been used for the treatment of conditions such as malaria and leg cramps, and is also present at low levels in some beverages; however, it can cause serious side effects. We describe a patient who developed severe haemolysis, thrombocytopaenia, and acute kidney injury following the ingestion of a…

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