Myopathy with Elevated Aldolase and Normal CK: Differential Diagnosis
Elevated serum creatine kinase (CK) is considered the hallmark of myopathy, yet some patients with biopsy-proven myopathy have normal CK with elevated aldolase, a less-specific marker of muscle disease. Most of those cases ultimately prove to be dermatomyositis.
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