neuromyotonia


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neuromyotonia

/neu·ro·myo·to·nia/ (-mi″o-to´ne-ah) myotonia caused by electrical activity of a peripheral nerve; characterized by stiffness, delayed relaxation, fasciculations, and myokymia.

neuromyotonia

(nu?ro-mi?o-to'ne-a) [+ Gr. mys, muscle + tonikos, tone] Synonym: Isaac syndrome
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