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Myotonic myopathy

Myotonic myopathies refer to that skeletal muscle is not easy to relax immediately after random contraction or contraction by physical stimulation. Muscle excitability increases during electrical stimulation and mechanical stimulation. Skeletal muscle relaxes and symptoms disappear after repeated contraction or repeated electrical stimulation; Ankylosis aggravated in cold environment; Electromyography is a group of muscle diseases characterized by continuous high-frequency discharge.


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