S Masuzugawa

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Hyaline bodies are rare subsarcolemmal aggregates in type 1 fibers of the skeletal muscle, stain pale pink with hematoxylin-eosin and pale green with the modified Gomori trichrome, and lack reactivity for glycogen and oxidative enzymes. We report clinical findings of autosomal-dominant hyaline body myopathy in seven members in four generations and muscle(More)
We report a 19-year-old man with mild form of phenylketonuria. The diagnosis was first made when he was examined for the tremor at 19 years of age. He had not received the Guthrie's screening test for phenylketonuria in infancy. His development of speech and walking was almost normal. Action and positional tremor developed at two years of age, and(More)
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