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TABLE 29 1 NONDYSTROPHIC MYOTONIAS AND HEREDITARY PERIODIC PARALYSIS
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Disorder Myotonia Congenita (MC) Thomsen s Disease Becker Disease
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Clinical or EMG Myotonia Yes
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Fornier Electrophysiologic Pattern Pattern II
AD AR
Hyperkalemic Periodic Paralysis Type (HyperKPP)
SCNA4A (17q131 133)
Maybe
Paramyotonia Congenita (PMC)
SCNA4A (17q131 133)
AD Potassiumaggravated Myotonias Myotonia Permanens Myotonia Fluctuans Acetazolamideresponsive MC
SCNA4A (17q131 133)
PEMPs; Slight or no Transient decrease in decrease in amplitudes CMAP amplitudes immediately after after rst trial in exercise with no AR-MC but not change over time with AD MC; Reduction in amplitudes is less in second and third trials No change with cold with AR-MC but reduction in amplitudes occurs after 1st trial in AD-MC that improves with subsequent trials No PEMPs; Transient increase Increase in in amplitudes amplitudes after immediately after 1st trial with exercise with subsequent further increase gradual decrease after second and in amplitudes third trials over a prolonged period of time (as much as 40 minutes or more) Decrease in PEMPs are amplitudes during common; and following Amplitudes may exercise that may increase or persist for hours decrease with initial trial but gradually decline after second and third trials; Reduction in amplitudes is more prominent in cold No PEMPs; usually No change no change even with cooling
Pattern IV
Pattern I
Pattern III
(continued)
TABLE 29 1 (CONTINUED)
NONDYSTROPHIC MYOTONIAS AND PERIODIC PARALYSIS
Disorder Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis Type (HypoKPP1)
Gene Inheritance (location) AD CACL1A3 (1q31 32)
Clinical or EMG Short Exercise Myotonia Test No No PEMPs; usually no change even with cooling
Long Exercise Test
Fornier Electrophysiologic Pattern
Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis Type (HypoKPP2)
SCNA4A (17q131 133)
No PEMPs; usually no change even with cooling
AndersenTawil Syndrome (ATS) SchwartzJampel Syndrome
KCNJ2 (17q231 q242)
Unknown
Slight increase or no Pattern V immediate change with exercise but gradually decline of amplitudes over time is seen in most Pattern V A slight increase in amplitudes may be seen during and immediately after exercise followed by a delayed reduction in amplitudes after 10 20 minutes Unknown Unknown
HSPG2 (1p341 361)
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
AD = autosomal dominant AR = autosomal recessive PEMPs = post-exercise myotonic potentials on the motor conduction studies Data modi ed from: Fournier E, et al Ann Neurol 2006;60:356 365 and Salajegheh MK, Amato AA Channelopathies: Paroxysmal Paralysis In Squire LR, Albright TD, Bloom FE (eds) New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience Oxford: Elsevier (in press)
pattern of stiffness returns on initiation of physical activity The myotonia can worsen with cold similar to that seen in PMC11 The severity of the myotonia can uctuate and is variable even within affected family members The stiffness may worsen during pregnancy Of note, people with MC usually do not typically complain of muscle pain with their stiffness In contrast to the myotonic dystrophies, there are no systemic disorders (eg, cataracts, endocrinopathies, cardiopathy, ventilatory muscle weakness) associated with MC or increased mortality However, some individuals present later in life with stiffness and proximal weakness and resemble myotonic dystrophy type 2 (DM2) or proximal myotonic myopathy (PROMM)11 There may be an increased risk of malignant hyperthermia with anesthetic agents On examination, affected individuals usually appear extremely muscular (eg, Herculian) Muscle strength is usually normal but some patients do develop mild proximal weakness Action myotonia can be elicited by having the patient make a strong grip and then try to relax their ngers or by having patients forcefully close their eyes and then try to open them One sees delayed relaxation, which improves with repeated activity due to the warm-up phenomena discussed above In addition,
myotonia can be demonstrated by percussing a muscle (eg, the thenar eminence) with a re ex hammer (percussion myotonia) Becker described the features of the autosomal recessive form of MC which bears his name12 The clinical features of the autosomal recessive and dominant forms of MC are similar but there are some differences The autosomal recessive or Becker type of MC usually presents between 4 and 12 years of age, somewhat later than that seen in the autosomal dominant form, however, the severity of weakness is typically worse7 Furthermore affected individuals are more likely to complain of weakness Transient muscle weakness, particularly in the distal arms, may occur following a severe bout of myotonia On examination, muscle is usually increased Mild xed weakness is apparent in proximal muscles of the arms and legs as well as in the neck Systemic complications are not seen though there is an increased risk of malignant hyperthermia
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