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Hughes, "Systemic effects in dystrophia myotonica," Brain, vol.
Some of the late onset AS cases can even present with clinical features similar to that of polymyalgia rheumatic (PMR), sarcoidosis or reflex sympathetic dystrophia [9-11].
This edition includes new tables; new imaging techniques like ultrasound biomicroscopy and optical coherence tomography; and new entities like familial anterior-segment dysgenesis syndrome, diffuse keratoconjunctival proliferation, and new corneal dystrophies like zipper cell endotheliopathy, Lisch dystrophy, epithelial recurrent erosion dystrophy, subepithelial mucinous corneal dystrophy, and dystrophia Helsinglandica and dystrophia Smolandiendsis.
The familial occurrence of fat containing vacuoles in the leukocytes diagnosed in two brothers suffering from dystrophia musculurum progressive.
Complex regional pain syndrome type 1 is one of the causes of morbidity of childhood which is also named reflex symphathetic dystrophia. The syndrome is characterized with regional pain and vasomotor, sudomotor and sensory changes in the distal parts of the extremities involved.
Out of four types of myotonic dystrophy, myotonic dystrophy types 1 and 2 (DM1 and DM2) are most common and caused by mutation in two different genes DMPK (Dystrophia myotonica protein kinase) and cellular nucleic acid-binding protein, that is, CNBP (previously known as ZNF9, that is, Zinc finger protein [3, 4]).
Joseph Babinski (1857-1932) [51], a Polish stemming French neurologist in Paris, and the Viennese neurologist and pharmacologist Alfred Frohlich (1871-1953) [52] published independently of each other two separate cases of an endocrinologically inactive pituitary tumour associated with adipositas and underdeveloped sexual organs later known as dystrophia adiposogenitalis in 1900 and in 1901, respectively.
He died in the Saratov prison of dystrophia on January 26, 1943 and was buried in a common prison grave." (7) After Vavilov's death, his prized seed collection was no longer under the custody of real scientists.
Ocular Surface Reconstruction With Cultivated Limbal Epithelium in a Patient With Unilateral Stem Cell Deficiency Caused by Epidermolysis Bullosa Dystrophia Hallopeau-Siemens.
The authors correctly state that patients with myotonic dystrophy or dystrophia myotonica (DM) are at increased risk of residual neuromuscular blockade (RNMB).
Blodau teulu yn unig, derbynnir rhoddion yn ddiolchgar at Dystrophia Myotonica in Wales.
Muscular diseases, such as myositis, polimyositis, muscular dystrophia and myotonia, were criteria for exclusion, as well as any other severe disease affecting neurological or cardiovascular systems, liver and kidney.