Rhabdomyolysis is the end result of any disease process that causes muscle cell (myocyte) lysis. Estimates of the incidence rate and prevalence of rhabdomyolysis are, therefore, not available. Statistical analyses detailing its diagnosis within each causal process are unavailable or difficult to delineate.

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