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Arch Neurol. 1984 Apr;41(4):395-6.

Hereditary continuous muscle fiber activity.


We describe a family with classic features of continuous muscle fiber activity (Isaacs-Mertens syndrome) appearing in an autosomal dominant pattern. Both a mother and her son had muscle stiffness and rigidity in early childhood. Because the mother's condition was not immediately apparent, we recommend a thorough examination of family members.

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