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Nondystrophic myotonia

Nondystrophic myotonia: Introduction

Nondystrophic myotonia: A group of rare diseases characterized by a muscle disorder where the voluntary muscles are slow to relax after movement. The problem occurs intermittently and can sometimes be painful but no muscle wasting occurs. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Nondystrophic myotonia is available below.

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