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《Women's Health Research》 2017-06
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A case report of a misdiagnosis of peronial muscular atrophy and differential diagnosis of the disease

Zhao Chenyi;Gao Niuniu;Li Ru;Meng Yi;Henan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine,The Second Graduate School of Clinical Medicine;Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Henan;  
CMT(Peroneal Muscular Atrophy)and Charcot-Marie-Tooth(CMT)disease is the most common genetic diseases of the peripheral nervous system.The motor and sensory nerve may be involved,is also attributable to hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy(Hereditary Motor and Sensory Neuropathy,HMSN)category,clinical for adolescents,minority infant onset,showed lower extremity weakness,atrophy,motor nerve conduction velocity with mild sensory disturbance characteristics.The disease's onset progress is slow,and there is significant clinical and genetic heterogeneity,which is easy to misdiagnosis,but few records,so the author chooses 1cases of CMT were misdiagnosed as a warning,in order to make a clinical diagnosis of CMT.
【CateGory Index】: R746.4
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