Need advice on what is the the difference between neurological muscle weakness and metabolic muscular weakness?

Neuro vs. Metabolic. These two symptoms can overlap in some ways but generally speaking neurologic muscle weakness will effect a group of muscles controlled by those nerves. A common stroke in the cerebral hemisphere is a good example, weakness occurs on 1/2 of the body. Metabolic weakness should effect all of the muscles in your body.

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What is the difference between neurologic muscle weakness and metabolic muscular weakness?

Different cells hit. Neurologic muscle weakness is due to any disorder of the nerves activating muscles that causes weakness. Metabolic muscle weaknees is due to a disorder, usually of the muscle cells themselves, that leads to incomplete/inappropriate use of "fuel" conversion into energy by the muscle cells. Read more...