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852 Possible Causes for Abnormal ECG, No Muscle Weakness, Pediatric Disorder

  • Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

    Occasionally, however, females who carry a DMD gene mutation may have muscle weakness and cramping.[] BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a lethal progressive pediatric muscle disorder and genetically inherited as an X-linked disease that caused by[] The PR interval gradually increased with age, but no ECGs showed an abnormally prolonged PR interval.[]

  • Becker Muscular Dystrophy

    Little is known about parental motivations and expectations for clinical trials for rare pediatric disorders.[] Later symptoms Muscle weakness: Affects the proximal muscles of the limbs mainly.[] One of them has an abnormal ECG that showed right ventricular hypertrophy and sinus tachycardia and the others have abnormal echocardiograms (ejection fraction ranging from[]

  • Myotonic Dystrophy

    Pediatr Neurol. 1994; 11:208. [ Links ] 9. D’Angelo MG, Bresolin N. Cognitive impairment in neuromuscular disorders. Muscle Nerve. 2006; 34:16. 10.[] On neurological examination the patient was presented with muscle weakness, muscle atrophy (in face and sternocleidomastoid muscles), features of myotonia and apocamnosis[] Sixty-nine patients without a severe ECG abnormality at study entry received a diagnosis of a severe abnormality on ECGs that were recorded during follow-up.[]

  • Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy

    BACKGROUND: Although muscle weakness is a hallmark of facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD), the molecular mechanisms that lead to weakness in FSHD remain largely[] Complications of Neuromuscular Disorders. In Epp, Jr., CH & Bowen Jr., Complications in Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery, 627-630,1995 Tachdjian M.O.[] We performed a cardiac screening [electrocardiogram (ECG) and echocardiography in the event of ECG abnormalities] in 75 genetically confirmed, ambulant FSHD patients without[]

  • Refsum Disease

    Daniel Hohl and Mary Williams, Mendelian Disorders of Cornification (MEDOC): The Ichthyoses, Harper's Textbook of Pediatric Dermatology, (121.1-121.70), (2011).[] Peripheral neuropathy is the term for dysfunction of the nerves outside of the spinal cord, causing loss of sensation, muscle weakness, pain, and loss of reflexes.[] Cardiomyopathy and conduction abnormalities. ECG changes are present. Ichthyosis, hyperkeratosis plantaris and palmaris may be seen.[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis

    The mucopolysaccharidoses: a heterogeneous group of disorders with variable pediatric presentations. J Pediatr. 2004 May;144(5 Suppl):S27-34. Review.[] Nursing Diagnosis - Self care deficit related to inability to carryout ADLS / tremors - Impaired physical mobility related to weakness of bones and muscles - Risk for injury[] Adv Pediatr 33:269–302, 1986. PubMed Google Scholar 17. Muenzer J: The mucopolysaccharidoses: a heterogeneous group of disorders with variable pediatric presentations.[]

  • Paramyotonia Congenita

    Kang, The Spectrum of Myotonic and Myopathic Disorders in a Pediatric Electromyography Laboratory Over 12 Years, Pediatric Neurology, 47, 2, (97), (2012).[] The resulting increase in ion flow interferes with normal muscle contraction and relaxation, leading to episodes of muscle stiffness and weakness.[] ECG.[]

  • Hyperkalemic Periodic Paralysis

    But repeated attacks may lead to permanent muscle weakness. HyperPP responds well to treatment. Treatment may prevent, and may even reverse, progressive muscle weakness.[] Tests that may be done include: ECG , which may be abnormal during attacks EMG , which is usually normal between attacks and abnormal during attacks Muscle biopsy , which[] Pediatric Critical Care. 5th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier; 2017:chap 71. Text only[]

  • Glycogen Storage Disease Type 2

    Nomenclature for Conditions based upon “Naming and Counting Disorders (Conditions) Included in Newborn Screening Panels.” Pediatrics. 2006; 117 (5) Suppl: S308-S314.[] Dyspnea secondary to diaphragm or respiratory muscle weakness may also be observed.[] No cardiac abnormality was revealed by CXR, ECG, or echocardiography; CK remained normal. Head lag and truncal hypotonia were noted at 4 months of age.[]

  • Glycogen Storage Disease Type 3

    J Inherit Metab Dis 38:545–550 CrossRef PubMed Google Scholar Elpeleg ON (1999) The molecular background of glycogen metabolism disorders.[] Many people with GSD IIIa subtype, may also experience muscle weakness in adolescence and adulthood.[] Before MAD, the ECG revealed biventricular hypertrophy and abnormalities in repolarisation with a ST-elevation of 0.5 mV.[]

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