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Perhaps he suffered from some muscular weakness of the face which made him smile like that.
Dysfunction or absence of functional GAA results in toxic accumulation of glycogen in cells which leads to muscular weakness and respiratory failure.
Balali-Mood et al revealed that hypokalaemia may aggravate muscular weakness due to inhibition of AChE by OP compounds.
0% of these carriers can develop symptoms which varied from mild muscular weakness to severe clinical complications, which are defined as manifesting or symptomatic carriers.
It may be confused with myopathic disorders due to the presence of symmetrical muscular weakness involving the proximal muscles.
3-5 Even though conditions such as pain, numbness and muscular weakness in the forearm are rare in patients with gout, cubital tunnel syndrome caused by tophaceous compression should still be considered.
3 Typical HPP attack is characterised by transient episode of muscular weakness usually involving lower limbs.
Mitochondrial diseases affect the batteries of the cell and can lead to muscular weakness, blindness, fatal heart failure, learning disability, liver failure, diabetes and can lead to death in early infancy.
Myasthenia gravis (pronounced My-as-theen-ee-a Grav-us) comes from the Greek and Latin words meaning "grave muscular weakness.
Each year, around one in 6,500 children are born with severe mitochondrial diseases which can cause muscular weakness, blindness, heart and liver failure, learning disabilities and diabetes - which can be deadly in early infancy.
Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) [2] is a neuromuscular disease characterized by progressive muscular weakness and degeneration of skeletal muscle.
Clinically it presents as painful and unilateral vesicular rash in the corresponding sensory dermatomes although rarely damage to the anterior horn cells at same level resulting in motor muscular weakness is possible.