Nondystrophic myotonia

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Nondystrophic myotonia

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The terms "Nondystrophic myotonia" returned 2 free, full-text research articles on human participants. First 3 results:

Nondystrophic myotonia: challenges and future directions.
 

Author(s): Jaya R Trivedi, Stephen C Cannon, Robert C Griggs

Journal: Exp. Neurol.. 2014 Mar;253():28-30.

 

Non-dystrophic myotonias are rare diseases caused by mutations in skeletal muscle chloride and sodium ion channels with considerable phenotypic overlap between diseases. Common symptoms include muscle stiffness, transitory weakness, fatigue, and pain. Although seldom life-shortening, ...

Last Updated: 19 Feb 2014

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Mexiletine for symptoms and signs of myotonia in nondystrophic myotonia: a randomized controlled trial.
 

Author(s): Jeffrey M Statland, Brian N Bundy, Yunxia Wang, Dipa Raja Rayan, Jaya R Trivedi, Valeria A Sansone, Mohammad K Salajegheh, Shannon L Venance, Emma Ciafaloni, Emma Matthews, Giovanni Meola, Laura Herbelin, Robert C Griggs, Richard J Barohn, Michael G Hanna,

Journal: JAMA. 2012 Oct;308(13):1357-65.

 

Nondystrophic myotonias (NDMs) are rare diseases caused by mutations in skeletal muscle ion channels. Patients experience delayed muscle relaxation causing functionally limiting stiffness and pain. Mexiletine-induced sodium channel blockade reduced myotonia in small studies; however, ...

Last Updated: 3 Oct 2012

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