Can rhabdomyolysis be the only cause of acute renal failure in leptospirosis?
Sir, Acute renal failure (ARF) is a well-known complication of leptospirosis in its severe form (Weil’s syndrome). Generally, ARF is accompanied by jaundice and thrombocytopaenia, with only sporadic case descriptions of milder forms of ARF in anicteric patients (rarely requiring dialysis). Thrombocytopaenia is also closely . . .