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Amyotonia congenita

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Description of Amyotonia congenita

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Amyotonia congenita: congenital atonic pseudoparalysis observed especially in infants and characterized by absence of muscular tone only in muscles innervated by the spinal nerves; also known as Oppenheim's disease or syndrome or congenital atonic pseudoparalysis.
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Amyotonia congenita as a Disease

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