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Hypokalemic periodic paralysis, characterized by a fall in potassium levels in the blood, was the first of the three types of periodic paralysis to be identified and studied.
Tingle, "Thyrotoxic periodic paralysis," Proceedings (Baylor University.
Although Keveyis is actually a decades-old drug, its federal approval for periodic paralysis came with a seven-year period of exclusive marketing rights.
A case of thyrotoxic hypokalaemic periodic paralysis in a Greek man.
Regarding the differential diagnoses of HPP, the absence of a family history of paralysis and the lack of symptoms or signs of hyperthyroidism excluded the possibility of familial and thyrotoxic periodic paralysis.
Thyrotoxic hypokalemic periodic paralysis triggered by high carbohydrate diet.
Doctors who have examined Prince Dave Tabocolde are unable to explain how the 18-year-old acquired periodic paralysis, otherwise known as hypokalemia.
Thyrotoxic periodic paralysis In Caucasian patients: A diagnostic challenge.
This type of paralysis is categorized as Hypokalemic periodic paralysis and Non-Hypokalemic periodic paralysis (or more correctly hypokalemic non periodic paralysis)4.