Iranian Journal of Neurology 2017. 16(1):45-49.

Psoriasis, bulbar involvement, and diarrhea in late myoclonic epilepsy with ragged-red fibers-syndrome due to the m.8344A > G tRNA (Lys) mutation
Josef Finsterer, Gabor Geza Kovacs

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Psoriasis, bulbar involvement, and diarrhea in late myoclonic epileps

Keywords


Mitochondrial Disorders; Metabolic Myopathy; Lactate; Epilepsy; Psychiatric; Multi-Organ Disorder Syndrome

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