paramyotonia


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Related to paramyotonia: Paralysis periodica paramyotonia
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par·a·my·o·to·ni·a

n. paramiotonía, miotonía atópica caracterizada por espasmos musculares y tonicidad anormal de los músculos.
ataxic ______ atáxica;
congenital ______ congénita;
___ disordertrastorno de ___;
symptomatic ______ sintomática.
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SCN4A -associated disorders include hyperkalemic periodic paralysis (hyperPP, OMIM: 170500), hypokalemic periodic paralysis Type 2 (OMIM: 613345), paramyotonia congenita (PMC, OMIM: 168300), sodium channel myotonias (SCM, OMIM: 608390), and congenital myasthenic syndrome (OMIM: 614198).
OUR AUCKLAND University of Technology (AUT) research team is embarking on a national study to find out how many people are affected by genetic muscle disorders, including the muscular dystrophies, congenital myopathy, myotonia congenital, paramyotonia congenita, central core disease, Pompe disease, nemaline, myotubular and GNE myopathies, and periodic paralysis.
Paramyotonia congenita (PC) is a muscular disorder characterized by myotonia, or muscular stiffness, at cold temperatures.
Some researchers regard paramyotonia congenita as a form of periodic paralysis.
These disorders (myotonia congenita, paramyotonia congenita, periodic paralysis and central core disease) are sometimes called channelopathies.
Myotonia congenita Paramyotonia congenita Central core disease Nemaline myopathy Myotubular myopathy Periodic paralysis
There are eight inheritable myopathies: central core disease, myotonia congenita, paramyotonia congenita, myotubular myopathy, nemaline myopathy, hypokalemic periodic paralysis, hyperkalemic periodic paralysis and normokalemic periodic paralysis.