|1.||Hyperkalemic Periodic Paralysis (Periodic Paralysis, Hyperkalemic)
|2.||Renovascular Hypertension (Goldblatt Syndrome)
|3.||Bartter Syndrome (Syndrome, Bartter)
|5.||Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis (Periodic Paralysis, Hypokalemic)
|1.||Lin, Shih-Hua: 2 articles (04/2012 - 01/2003)|
|2.||Scheuer, Todd: 2 articles (08/2010 - 12/2008)|
|3.||Catterall, William A: 2 articles (08/2010 - 12/2008)|
|4.||Sokolov, Stanislav: 2 articles (08/2010 - 12/2008)|
|5.||Fournier, E: 2 articles (12/2005 - 12/2004)|
|6.||Wu, Lei: 1 article (07/2014)|
|7.||Zhang, Baorong: 1 article (07/2014)|
|8.||Wu, Weiping: 1 article (07/2014)|
|9.||Kang, Ying: 1 article (07/2014)|
|10.||Noto, Yu-ichi: 1 article (01/2014)|
|1.||Sodium Channels (Sodium Channel)IBA
08/01/2008 - "In this study, we aim to investigate the clinical features and Mutations of sodium channel alpha-subunit (SCN4A) genes in Chinese patients with normokalemic periodic paralysis (normoKPP). "
07/01/2014 - "Enhanced slow inactivation of the human skeletal muscle sodium channel causing normokalemic periodic paralysis."
08/01/2008 - "Mutations of sodium channel alpha-subunit genes in Chinese patients with normokalemic periodic paralysis."
06/13/2000 - "Defective slow inactivation of sodium channels contributes to familial periodic paralysis."
04/22/1999 - "Defective slow inactivation of sodium channels contributes to familial periodic paralysis."
06/01/1953 - "Recent studies on the role of potassium in hereditary (familial) periodic paralysis."
01/01/2014 - "Two cardinal features in this family were longer paralytic episodes compared to classical hyperkalemic/normokalemic periodic paralysis and the normal potassium value during the paralytic episodes. "
12/16/2008 - "Potassium-sensitive normokalemic periodic paralysis (NormoPP) is caused by mutations in the third gating charge in domain II of the Na(V)1.4 channel. "
12/14/2004 - "New mutations of SCN4A cause a potassium-sensitive normokalemic periodic paralysis."
07/01/1983 - "We studied the serum potassium rise during a 30-min 100 W exercise test in 5 controls, 3 familial periodic paralysis (FPP) patients and their 2 symptom-less brothers. "
|3.||Captopril (Capoten)FDA LinkGeneric
01/01/1988 - "In the present study, they investigated the diagnosis and differentiation of diseases concomitant with hyperreninism, such as ACEDS, Bartter's syndrome, familial periodic paralysis, and renovascular hypertension treated with captopril for two months, and discussed the pathogenesis of ACEDS."
01/01/2014 - "[Normokalemic periodic paralysis lasting for two weeks: a severe form of sodium channelopathy with M1592V mutation]."
02/11/1964 - "[RECURRING ATTACKS OF MUSCULAR WEAKNESS OF HEREDITARY NATURE (FAMILIAL PERIODIC PARALYSIS, ADYNAMIC EPISODICA HEREDITARIA AND NORMOKALEMIC PERIODIC PARALYSIS SENSITIVE TO SODIUM]."
11/01/1983 - "Interictal conduction slowing in muscle fibers is consistent with the prevailing pathophysiologic hypothesis, which considers an increased membrane permeability to sodium ions as the fundamental defect underlying all forms of familial periodic paralysis."
06/01/1983 - "Familial periodic paralysis: low muscle potassium permeability or high sodium permeability?"
09/01/1961 - "Sodium and potassium metabolism in a case of familial periodic paralysis."
|5.||Acetazolamide (Diamox)FDA LinkGeneric
05/01/1989 - "A Latin-American teenager was begun on a regimen of acetazolamide for a presumptive diagnosis of familial periodic paralysis. "
02/01/1977 - "This response distinguished this patient's condition from other forms of familial periodic paralysis and suggests that acetazolamide may be deleterious to some patients with periodic paralysis."
09/01/2013 - "In contrast to familial periodic paralysis, regular oral potassium supplementation is ineffective in thyrotoxic periodic paralysis, and acetazolamide precipitates, rather than prevents, attacks."
01/01/2010 - "RTA should be differentiated from familial periodic paralysis (FPP) because acetazolamide used in FPP aggravates RTA and sodium bicarbonate used in RTA aggravates hypokalemic periodic paralysis."
|6.||Ion Channels (Ion Channel)IBA
01/01/2008 - "Familial periodic paralysis and nondystrophic myotonias are disorders of skeletal muscle excitability caused by mutations in genes coding for voltage-gated ion channels. "
12/01/2005 - "Nondystrophic myotonias and familial periodic paralyses are disorders of muscle excitability caused by mutations in genes coding for voltage-gated ion channels. "
01/01/2002 - "Familial periodic paralyses are typical channelopathies (i.e., caused by functional disturbances of ion channel proteins). "
|7.||Atracurium (Tracrium)FDA Link
05/01/1991 - "We describe a patient with the hypokalemic type of familial periodic paralysis (FPP) who received atracurium for muscle relaxation as required for diagnostic laparoscopy. "
05/01/1991 - "Atracurium use in a patient with familial periodic paralysis."
08/01/1988 - "Atracurium and hypokalemic familial periodic paralysis."
12/01/1989 - "Propofol and atracurium in familial periodic paralysis."
|8.||Propofol (Diprivan)FDA LinkGeneric
|9.||Creatine Kinase (Creatine Phosphokinase)IBA
01/01/1979 - "The presence of serum creatine kinase 2 (MB) in hypokalemic familial periodic paralysis."
01/01/1979 - "We recently found 17 U/l of isoenzyme creatine kinase (CK) 2 (MB), or 3.2% of total 533 U/l CK activity, in a patient with hypokalemic familial periodic paralysis who did not show clinical or EKG evidence of acute myocardial necrosis. "
01/01/1985 - "Myoglobin, creatine kinase and creatine kinase subunit-beta in serum from patients and relatives with hypokaliaemic familial periodic paralysis."
|10.||Potassium CitrateFDA LinkGeneric
12/01/1999 - "In the 5 years after Holler's paper there were many reports of deaths resulting from hypokalaemia, as well as several 'near misses', but clinicians were extremely cautious about early replacement probably, as an editorialist in The Lancet suggested, because 'the frightening effects of intravenous injections of potassium made clinicians reluctant to believe in a lack of potassium as a cause of trouble, except in very rare conditions such as familial periodic paralysis'. "
|5.||Coronary Artery Bypass (Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery)