Andersen syndrome autosomal dominant in three generations.

  title={Andersen syndrome autosomal dominant in three generations.},
  author={Sonia Can{\'u}n and Noelia P{\'e}rez and L G Beirana},
  journal={American journal of medical genetics},
  volume={85 2},
Andersen syndrome is a rare entity and comprises potassium sensitive periodic paralysis, ventricular arrhythmia, and an unusual facial appearance; syncope and sudden death have also been reported. The recognition of the characteristic face permits an early diagnosis in order to detect the severe systemic manifestations that are associated with this syndrome. The genetic defect is not linked to any other form of potassium sensitive periodic paralysis nor is it related to that of the long QT… CONTINUE READING


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