Adult-onset Satoyoshi syndrome and response to plasmapheresis.
Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:Ann Indian Acad Neurol, Volume 19, Issue 1, p.131-3 (2016)
<p>Satoyoshi syndrome is a rare disease characterized by alopecia, recurrent muscle spasms, diarrhea, and skeletal abnormalities Adult-onset disease is reported only in five patients. Most of the reports have not characterized the nature of muscle spasm in the disease. In this paper, we report the first case of adult-onset Satoyoshi syndrome from India and the clinical and electrophysiological response to plasmapheresis.</p>
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