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Myoglobin high. Drk brown urine. Dr said myositis. If kidneys ok at discharge is there a good chance they will stay ok or would damage be delayed?

Myoglobin high. Drk brown urine. Dr said myositis. If kidneys ok at discharge is there a good chance they will stay ok or would damage be delayed?

No damage: By the time you get discharged, there is no longer any danger to the kidneys from the effects of muscle injury. Drink plenty fluids, get a follow up blood test to check the kidney function. A normal serum creatinine is proof that there is nothing to worry about. ...Read more

Dr. Charles Glueck
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Myositis (Definition)

Inflammation of the muscles that you use to move the body. Symptoms of myositis may include fatigue after walking or standing, tripping or falling, ...Read more


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What is myositis?

What is myositis?

Weakness>Pain: Myositis is inflammation of muscles caused by autoimmune attack of the muscle tissue. It can sometimes be painful but the primary symptom is progressive weakness (over weeks and months). Affected muscles are usually proximal (closer to the body) such as shoulders and hips while wrists/hands and feet are usually spared. Sometimes accompanied by Raynaud's and purple/red rash around eyes and on chest ...Read more

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What causes myositis?

Many Causes: Myositis refers to inflammation of muscle the symptoms can include one or more of the following weakness, pain and swelling. Causes of myositis include, autoimmune, infection, injury, or can be a side effect of medications. ...Read more

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What is myositis and where?

What is myositis and where?

Muscle inflamatiin: Myositis means muscle inflamation. It can occur where a muscle has been injured. ...Read more

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Do people die from myositis?

Myositis: Not usually. There has to be more going on to succumb. ...Read more

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What does myositis feel like?

Diffuse muscle aches: Usually it is a diffuse aching of the muscles in many parts of your body. ...Read more

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What is the cause of myositis?

What is the cause of myositis?

Weakness>Pain: Myositis is inflammation of muscles caused by autoimmune attack of the muscle tissue. It can sometimes be painful but the primary symptom is progressive weakness (over weeks and months). Affected muscles are usually proximal (closer to the body) such as shoulders and hips while wrists/hands and feet are usually spared. Sometimes accompanied by Raynaud's and purple/red rash around eyes and on chest ...Read more

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How is myositis ossifans cured?

Rx of myositis ossificans: Treatment of myositis ossificans involves the RICE principle of rest, ice, compression and elevation and non-painful, passive stretching and strengthening routine. I suggest you have an exam by a sports medicine specialist who can assist you with proper diagnosis and treatment for this condition. Best of luck with your health! ...Read more

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What are the tests for myositis?

CPK,aldolase: Cpk, aldolase, sometimes biopsy and electromyographic studies. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of myositis?

The symptoms of Myositis include:: Progressive muscle weakness, Difficulty swallowing, Muscle pain, Joint pain, Fatigue, Muscle weakness, Thick skin, Rash. ...Read more

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What's myositis and what causes it?

What's myositis and what causes it?

Inflammation of musc: Inflammatlon of muscle may have many causes, from autoimmune to infection to congential. Dozens of possiblities. ...Read more

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Can I die from myositis if I ignore it?

Can I die from myositis if I ignore it?

No: Myositis itself does not kill provided heart muscles are not affected. Patients die from complications from myosotis like heart, lung, infraction etc. ...Read more

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What are some of the tests for Myositis?

The tests for Myositis include:: MRI of brain, MRI of spine, Electromyography, Muscle biopsy, Creatine kinase, Aldolase, Interstitial lung disease, Myocarditis, Lactate dehydrogenase, AST, ANA, Alanine aminotransferase, Anti Ro/SSA antibodies. ...Read more

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What is myositis and what are typical symptoms?

Proximal Weakness: Myositis means, literally, inflammation of muscles. The primary symptom is insidious (slow/progressive) weakness of muscles closest to the body, such as shoulders and thighs. If left untreated, weakness can progress to point where one is unable to stand without assistance, finds it very difficult to climb stairs, and unable to raise arms. Pain can be present but weakness is primary symptom. ...Read more

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Any one else have myositis? How does one get it?

Yes: Need to know what kindof myositis you are reffering to infectious myositis or ibm(inclusion body myositis)the former is mainly found on tropical climates and can be caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi, hiv-1 the oher one (h-ibm) is hereditary, (s-ibm)is an acquired myophatic process qand ethiology more difficult to pimpoint andremain controversials-ibm is more common after 50and incidence 35.3 per mill. ...Read more

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Is myositis can be spread to other people by sex?

No: Myositis means muscle inflammation, and can be caused by infection or trauma. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: myositis?

What is the definition or description of: myositis?

See below: Inflammation of the muscles that you use to move the body. Symptoms of myositis may include fatigue after walking or standing, tripping or falling, trouble swallowing or breathing. ...Read more

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What is myositis and what are typical symptoms of it?

Weakness>Pain: Myositis is inflammation of muscles caused by autoimmune attack of the muscle tissue. It can sometimes be painful but the primary symptom is progressive weakness (over weeks and months). Affected muscles are usually proximal (closer to the body) such as shoulders and hips while wrists/hands and feet are usually spared. Sometimes accompanied by Raynaud's and purple/red rash around eyes and on chest ...Read more

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Could you explain what is myositis and what causes it?

Weakness>Pain: Myositis is inflammation of muscles caused by autoimmune attack of the muscle tissue. It can sometimes be painful but the primary symptom is progressive weakness (over weeks and months). Affected muscles are usually proximal (closer to the body) such as shoulders and hips while wrists/hands and feet are usually spared. Sometimes accompanied by Raynaud's and purple/red rash around eyes and on chest ...Read more

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If myositis contagious ?

No: Myositis means muscle inflammation, and can be caused by infection or trauma. ...Read more

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Is their a cure for myositis?

Is their a cure for myositis?

Most no. Some yes.: There are many types of myositis. Some after bouts of therapy go into remission and do not recur, particularly in children with dermatomyositis. Many other types, more so in adults can be remitted, but require constant therapy. And a few cases are quite severe and can cause death. See someone in rheumatology for management. ...Read more

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What are the sympotoms of trans vertebral advexol myositis?

What are the sympotoms of trans vertebral advexol myositis?

Myelitis: Cannot define the symptoms as outlined: i suspect its incorrect spelling. Pls recheck the diagnosis. Suspect you are referring to transverse myelitis. This is a paralysis, complete are partial, from the chest line or upper abdomen on down. Causes - varried, but most commonly: neruologic (as in ms), vascular (blocked vertebral artery) or immunologic (can occur in lupus and aps a clotting disorder). ...Read more

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If myositis contagious please i need to be 100% sure thanks ?

If myositis contagious please i need to be 100% sure thanks ?

Life is not 100%: In real life, things are "never" 100% certain, except for perhaps "death and taxes". There are infectious pathogens, such as certain viruses, that can cause myositis. There are other causes of myositis that have nothing to do with infections. If the cause of one's myositis is an infectious pathogen, then that person's myositis may (but not always) be contagious. Life is never exact. ...Read more

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What is orbital myositis?

What is orbital myositis?

Eye problems: Myositis means inflammation of the muscles that you use to move your body. Orbital myositis is an inflammatory process that primarily involves the extraocular muscles and most commonly affects young adults in the third decade of life, females more often than males. ...Read more

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What is orbital myositis like?

Red,painful,swollen: Orbital myositis (OM) falls in the spectrum of orbital inflammatory diseases, which are associated w/ autoimmune dz like rhuematoid arthritis, lupus, crohn's dz etc. When no cause is found (more common than not), it is called idiopathic orbital inflammation. Om is orbital inflammation focused on an eye muscle. Workup includes a search for underlying cause. First line treatment is w/ oral steroids. ...Read more

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What is inclusion body myositis?

What is inclusion body myositis?

Myopathy type: Ibm is atype of inflammatory myositis. It tends to affect people older than 50. People with ibm often have weakness of their upper and lower arms and legs. Sometimes the muscles look smaller known as atrophy. Unfortunately there are no treatments that are proven to help. However, patients are sometimes tried on a short course of steroids, ivig, etc. Phys therapy is extremely important. ...Read more

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Who has inclusion body myositis?

A wide spectrum Pts.: This is an inflammatory muscle disease, with slowly progressive weakness and wasting of both distal and proximal muscles, most notably of the arms and legs. Because this randomly affects different people in different ways and at different rates, there is no "textbook case." there are two kinds, sporadic and hereditary. The hereditary case does not have inflammation and is thus not myositis. ...Read more