For some reason, the college loves rhabdomyolysis. Many questions either ask about it directly, or expect it as one of the differentials. Typically, the candidate is presented with a biochemistry panel strongly suspicious of rhabdomyolysis (eg. raised CK, LDH, potassium) as well as a history suggestive of some sort of crush injury or limb ischaemia. They are then asked to explain the mechanism, list the features, and describe their management.