Journal Articles

Journal Articles

Nondystrophic Myotonias and Periodic Paralyses

This chapter from McGraw Hill's Myology, third edition; editors Andrew Engel and Clara Franzini-Armstrong,  give a comprehensive look at the nondystrophic myotonias and periodic paralyses, written by one of the world's top teams in the field.

Chapter from Myology, third edition: Nondystrophic Myotonias and Periodic Paralyses by Frank Lehmann-Horn, Reinhardt Rudel and Karin Jurkat-Rott.

Our thanks to Professor Dr. Lehmann-Horn, Dr. Jurkat-Rott and Dr. Rudel for your kind permission to include this valuable information on our website!

Links out - Diagnosis and Management Information

Communication is key: Stephen Wilkins, MPH, writes of improving practice management through improved patient/physician communication and its impact on care, in Mind the Gap.

Rare Disorder Groups are Vital to Physicians

The Importance to Physicians of Support Groups for Rare Conditions

 

The Genetic Drift Vol. 8: Winter, 1992

Consumer Issues in Genetics Services

by Jack Dolcourt, M.D. Neonatologist

Sleep Complaints in Periodic Paralysis

Giorgio Buzzi, MD, Neurologist

Buzzi G, Mostacci B, Sancisi E, Cirignotta F. Sleep complaints in Periodic Paralyses: a web survey. Functional Neurology 2001, 17 (3). From the Sleep Medicine Unit - Dept. of Neurology S.Orsola-Malpighi Hospital - University of Bologna, Italy.

SUMMARY

Section 1. Background: K+ and REM sleep homeostasis.

Section 2. The Periodic Paralysis International/HKPP Listserv Survey: results and discussion.

The Man Who Couldn't Walk

A case study

Originally published in Lifeline; Newsletter of The California Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians Christopher Fee, MD and Susan B. Promes, MD FACEP Alameda County California Medical Center, Highland General Hospital

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