Rhabdomyolysis After Out-of-Water Exercise in an Elite Adolescent Water Polo Player Carrying the IL-6 174C Allele Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism

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Abstract

Eliakim, A, Ben Zaken, S, Meckel, Y, Yamin, C, Dror, N, and Nemet, D. Rhabdomyolysis after out-of-water exercise in an elite adolescent water polo player carrying the IL-6 174C allele single-nucleotide polymorphism. J Strength Cond Res 29(12): 3506–3508, 2015—We present an adolescent elite water polo player who despite a genetic predisposition to develop exercise-induced severe muscle damage due to carrying the IL-6 174C allele single-nucleotide polymorphism, developed acute rhabdomyolysis only after a vigorous out-of-water training, suggesting that water polo training may be more suitable for genetically predisposed athletes.

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