Myotonia congenita

What is Myotonia congenita?

An uncommon muscle disorder, with onset in infancy or early childhood, characterized by muscle hypertrophy, myotonia, and a nonprogressive course; autosomal dominant inheritance; caused by mutations in the skeletal muscle chloride channel gene (CLCN1) on chromosome 7q.

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Doctor suspected myotonia congenita after EMG, no Gene tests were done.
is gene tests reqquired to confirm the Myotonia congenita,
from the...

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yeah.. gene test is necessary to know the phenotypes and the genes which are involved. genes test will also help us to know the exact cause for the...

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I sometimes feel my muscles get tight(Contracted) and muscles take few seconds to relax. It happens when i indulge in any physical activity...

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Suggestive of myotonia congenita.

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I have gone through the reports attached.
Your symptoms are suggestive...

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Hi, My name Is Deepak m From Belgaum Dist. I have Myotonia Congenita Disease It was diagnosed in the year 2004 through EMG , from now m taking...

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HI, Doctor suspected myotonia congenita after EMG, no Gene tests were done. is gene tests reqquired to confirm the Myotonia congenita, from the...

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Hi, My name Is Deepak m From Belgaum Dist. I have Myotonia Congenita Disease It was diagnosed in the year 2004 through EMG , from now m taking...

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Hi, I sometimes feel my muscles get tight(Contracted) and muscles take few seconds to relax. It happens when i indulge in any physical activity...

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