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Amyotonia congenita

Amyotonia congenita: Introduction

Amyotonia congenita: A term used to describe conditions involving poor muscle tone that occurs from birth. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Amyotonia congenita is available below.

Symptoms of Amyotonia congenita

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Causes of Amyotonia congenita

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Misdiagnosis and Amyotonia congenita

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