Metabolic Myopathies. This is a comprehensive resource giving practical guidance on assessment and diagnosis of metabolic myopathies, plus state-of-the-art data on their biochemical foundation.
Metabolic Myopathies book. Metabolic Myopathies (Major Problems in Neurology). 0702016071 (ISBN13: 9780702016073).
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The last 25 years have seen advances in our knowledge of the underlying immune mechanism but the initial trigger for the idiopathic inflammatory myopathies remains unknown. Existing classifications have their limitations, but with the absence of a "gold standard" a definitive classification is not yet possible. Despite these problems, a working classification is possible that is valuable for everyday clinical practice.
Myopathies in Clinical Practice. by Phillip R J Barnes, Marinos C Dalakas, David Hilton Jones, Jacqueline A Palace, Michael R Rose. ISBN 9781899066711 (978-1-899066-71-1) Hardcover, Informa Healthcare, 2003.
Metabolic myopathies are rare genetic diseases that affect metabolism - the processes through which the body’s cells convert fuel sources into usable energy. People with metabolic myopathies lack certain enzymes involved in providing energy that helps muscles contract. Metabolic myopathy can cause a serious reaction to general anesthesia called malignant hyperthermia. Treatment in the form of physical activity and diet can improve quality of life for people with metabolic myopathy.
David Myland Kaufma. Series: Major Problems in Neurology. Hardcover: 727 pages
Series: Major Problems in Neurology. Hardcover: 727 pages.
Metabolic myopathies are rare genetic diseases that cause muscle problems. Treatment for metabolic myopathies varies by myopathy, but is focused on changes in physical activities, aerobic exercise training, changes in diet, and the use of various vitamins or supplements. Not all people with a metabolic myopathy experience the same symptoms. Despite the fact that metabolic myopathies are inherited, treatments can help many people with these diseases live normal lives. With appropriate activity changes, regular aerobic exercise, diet and use of supplements, the symptoms often can be controlled.
Covers the major problems that any practicing neurologist might . Part VIII: Neurology in General Medicine. Section 1: Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery 185. Neurologic Complications of Cardiac Surgery 186.
Covers the major problems that any practicing neurologist might encounter, including those that may be rare. Part I: Principles of Ambulatory Neurology and the Approach to Clinical Problems.