Acute kidney injury and rhabdomyolysis due to multiple wasp
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A 55-year-old farmer attended our emergency department with history of multiple wasp stings on his right shoulder and trunk, while working in his fields. He developed severe pain and swelling at the site of the bites. Initially, he was treated at a nearby hospital with oral antihistamines, steroids, and local anesthetic application. At 3 days later, patient developed progressive oliguria and swelling of the face and legs. Past medical history was unremarkable.

On examination, patient was afebrile with pedal edema. His pulse rate was 94/min, respiratory rate 18/min and blood pressure of 126/82 mm of Hg. 51 sting marks were found on the posterior aspect of neck, anterior aspect of right forearm, both anterior and posterior aspect of his right shoulder and chest wall [Figure 1]. The systemic examination was normal......

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4118516/
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