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Myopathy with Exercise Intolerance, Swedish type

Myopathy with Exercise Intolerance, Swedish type: Introduction

Myopathy with Exercise Intolerance, Swedish type: A rare disorder where deficiency of an enzyme called aconitase results in muscle disease and intolerance to exercise. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Myopathy with Exercise Intolerance, Swedish type is available below.

Symptoms of Myopathy with Exercise Intolerance, Swedish type

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Myopathy with Exercise Intolerance, Swedish type: Complications

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  • Muscle paralysis when exercising heavily
  • Circulatory shock when exercising heavily
  • Death when exercising heavily
  • more complications...»

Causes of Myopathy with Exercise Intolerance, Swedish type

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Prognosis for Myopathy with Exercise Intolerance, Swedish type

Prognosis for Myopathy with Exercise Intolerance, Swedish type: The prognosis is variably and depends on whether the patient engages in strenuous physical exertion.

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