Hyperkalemic periodic paralysis
Other Names for this Disease
- Adynamia episodica hereditaria with or without myotonia
- Gamstorp disease
- Gamstorp episodic adynamy
- Sodium channel muscle disease
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- Hyperkalemic periodic paralysis. Genetics Home Reference. April 2007; http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/hyperkalemic-periodic-paralysis. Accessed 9/21/2011.
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