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Myopathy, Congenital, Batten Turner Type
National Organization for Rare Disorders, Inc.
- Batten Turner Congenital Myopathy
- Batten Turner Syndrome
Batten Turner Type Congenital Myopathy is an extremely rare, inherited muscle disease (myopathy) and is characterized by the lack of muscle tone or floppiness at birth (congenital hypotonia). The symptoms of Batten Turner Type Congenital Myopathy are slowly progressive during infancy and childhood. However, this disorder is not progressive in adulthood.
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Last Updated: 5/4/2008
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