McArdle's disease

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The effect of oral sucrose on exercise tolerance in patients with McArdle's disease. N Engl J Med 2003;349:2503-9.
Aerobic conditioning: an effective therapy in McArdle's disease. Ann Neurol 2006;59:922-8.
Metabolic Diseases of Muscles These are caused by inherited chemical deficiencies of a specific enzyme, such as phosphorylase (McArdle's disease), acid maltase (Pompe's disease) or carnitine palmitoyl transferase.
There's also emerging evidence that people with some carbohydrate-processing disorders, such as McArdle's disease, may benefit from light exercise.
Tate, 54, who has a mild form of MD called McArdle's Disease, was away from his rented home in Wellington, near Taunton, yesterday.