A CK test should be carried out if:
|IF CK IS ELEVATED|
(Normal range is generally up to 250 U/L*)1
|Refer to neuromuscular specialist for Duchenne muscular dystrophy gene testing6|
|IF CK IS NORMAL||Does not rule out other neuromuscular disorders1|
*The normal CK range is generally up to 250 U/L. Absolute values may differ between laboratories.1
Prompt CK testing can help to achieve the correct diagnosis and bring reassurance to families1,9
(excluding UK and Ireland)
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