Medical Definition of Sodium-responsive periodic paralysis

1. A form of periodic paralysis in which the serum potassium level is within normal limits during attacks; onset usually occurs between the ages of 2 and 5 years; there is often severe quadriplegia, usually improved by the administration of sodium salts; autosomal dominant inheritance. Synonym: sodium-responsive periodic paralysis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sodium-responsive Periodic Paralysis

sodic
sodicanthophyllite
sodicgedrite
sodicities
sodicity
sodiferous
sodio-
sodium
sodium-23
sodium-24
sodium-calcium exchanger
sodium-cooled
sodium-hydrogen antiporter
sodium-responsive periodic paralysis (current term)
sodium-translocating NADH-quinone reductase
sodium-vapor lamp
sodium-vapour lamp
sodium ATPase
sodium acetate
sodium acid citrate
sodium acid phosphate
sodium alginate
sodium alum
sodium amalgam
sodium amide
sodium aminosalicylate
sodium ammonium ATPase

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