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A Catastrophic Consequence of Cramp

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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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