Hyaline bodies in skeletal muscle of a patient with a mild chronic nonprogressive congenital myopathy.

@article{Ceuterick1993HyalineBI,
  title={Hyaline bodies in skeletal muscle of a patient with a mild chronic nonprogressive congenital myopathy.},
  author={C M Ceuterick and Jean Jacques Martin and Craig Martens},
  journal={Clinical neuropathology},
  year={1993},
  volume={12 2},
  pages={79-83}
}
Subsarcolemmal hyaline bodies were found in a skeletal muscle biopsy of a 10-year-old boy manifesting mild non-evolutive motor disturbances with frequent falls since early childhood. The hyaline bodies occurred in type I fibers and stained intensely with the myosin ATP-ase reaction at pH 4.2. They immunostained intensely with polyclonal anti-skeletal myosin and monoclonal anti-skeletal fast myosin. Additionally, immunoreactive deposits to anti-desmin were observed at the border of some bodies… CONTINUE READING