A Case of Adult Onset Glycogen Storage Myopathy

Jung Hwan Shin, Dong Gun Kim, Je Young Shin, Sung Hye Park, Kwang Woo Lee
2014 Korean Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology  
Primary metabolic myopathy as a type of congenital myopathies was first described by McArdle in 1951. Glycogen storage disease is a disease caused by genetic mutations involved in glycogen synthesis, glycogenolysis or glycolysis. Several types of glycogen storage disease are known to cause metabolic myopathies. We report a case of adult onset metabolic myopathy with glycogen storage. (Korean J Clin Neurophysiol 2014;16:81-85)
doi:10.14253/kjcn.2014.16.2.81 fatcat:meqoygdh65bnrccuzr2dcxf224