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12,13] Hypokalaemia manifests with lassitude, muscular weakness, loss of deep tendon reflexes, paralysis and death (which is usually due to cardiac arrhythmias and respiratory distress).
The clinical diagnosis was based on progressive muscular weakness, muscle strength, elevated levels of creatinine kinase (CK), and myogenic changes on electromyography.
With this case presentation, we would like to emphasize that in patients with proximal muscular weakness, autonomic symptoms, loss/decrease in DTR, and low motor amplitudes despite normal sensory conduction in electrophysiological studies, a diagnosis of LEMS should be kept in mind.
The symptoms to look out for are muscular weakness or stiffness, colic-like symptoms, sweating or trembling.
These individuals can often be left with long-term problems that can affect all aspects of their life such as muscular weakness.
After the initial stimulatory phase, the signs may include symptoms of low blood pressure and low heart rates, central nervous system depression, coma, muscular weakness and paralysis, with difficulty breathing or respiratory failure.
His symptoms included low blood pressure, a very slow heart rate and muscular weakness - all synonymous with hellebore poisoning.
Breathing in both ethylbenzene and benzene can cause cancer and reproductive effects, while breathing in n-hexane can damage the nervous system and usher in numbness in the extremities, muscular weakness, blurred vision, headaches, and fatigue.
In another four animals, muscular weakness, twitching, fasciculations, cramps, tremors, cyanosis, convulsions, ataxias, dyspnoea, depression of respiratory and cardiac activity have been also monitored in severe condition.
Patient was followed up for six months and found to have no history of development of muscular weakness.
The clinical recognition of heart failure in muscular disease is more difficult than in patients with a normal muscular function as fatigue is inherent to the muscular weakness and exercise tolerance is already impaired by the muscular disease itself.
Children were suggested to go for strength boosting exercises to get relieved of muscular weakness.