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I have been diagnosed with neuromyotonia and after reading I still don't really understand it?

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Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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I am no expert on this condition called isaac's syndrome but we did study it in residency.
It is thought to be a autoimmune condition which causes interference with transmission between nerve impulses and muscle contraction that causes muscle stiffness and cramping. The body produces antibodies which attack certain receptors in nerves that cause them to become overreactive.

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I am no expert on this condition called isaac's syndrome but we did study it in residency.
It is thought to be a autoimmune condition which causes interference with transmission between nerve impulses and muscle contraction that causes muscle stiffness and cramping. The body produces antibodies which attack certain receptors in nerves that cause them to become overreactive.
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