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Two cases of thyrotoxicosis and primary aldosteronism complicating hypokalemic periodic paralysis have been published in the literature to date (13,14).
How do the three types of periodic paralysis differ from one another?
Assaying of thyroid function in patients with hypokalaemia paralysis distinguishes thyrotoxic periodic paralysis from other forms of hypokalaemia periodic paralysis.
Other glaucoma treatments were available, but a small group of periodic paralysis patients who had found that it controlled their symptoms better than other drugs were left with few options.
Hypokalemic periodic paralysis in Sjogren's syndrome secondary to distal renal tubular acidosis.
In combination, these findings strongly supported a diagnosis of thyrotoxic periodic paralysis.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 22, 2015-Taro Pharmaceutical Industries introduces Keveyis 50 mg tablets for treating primary hyperkalemic and hypokalemic periodic paralysis
M2 PHARMA-September 22, 2015-Taro Pharmaceutical Industries introduces Keveyis 50 mg tablets for treating primary hyperkalemic and hypokalemic periodic paralysis
Primary periodic paralysis is a rare autosomal dominant disorder of ion-channel dysfunction, manifested by episodic flaccid paresis secondary to abnormal sarcolemma excitability.
Based on our patient's paralysis, hyperthyroidism, and hypokalemia, we diagnosed thyrotoxic hypokalemic periodic paralysis (THPP), a rare endocrinopathy that causes electrolyte disturbances that can result In paralysis and lethal tachyarrhythmias.
Gupta et al [9] reported two confirmed cases of hypokalaemic periodic paralysis precipitated by upper respiratory tract infection of viral aetiology.
Other neurological complications reported in vivax malaria are, periodic paralysis (12), facial diplegia (13), aphasia with hemiparesis (14) and Guillain-Barre syndrome (15).