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Posted by: kea | 2010/06/03

Muscle weakness

Are there any connections here:
1) A sonar that showed a dilated IVC on the outgoing side.
2) A irrugular ECG, that made a " w"  on the reading instead of a wave.
3) a blood test that showed below 0 for Aldolase enzymes.
4) raised OES levels on blood test.
5) raised OES abs levels on blood test.
Patient: 55 yr female. 51kg. very tired complains of muscle weakness especially in the arms, this has been for a long period. High stress level. Severe reflux problems. Do you see anything tieing up with anything else here? what would your diagnoses lean towards. thanks.

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Dear Kea
Unfortunately I can't give you a diagnosis on this alone - one would need to look at physical signs and symptoms, what you find with examination. She may even have 2 or more conditions at the same time. I would think one should also have to look at thyroid hormone levels, Calcium levels, Kidney function and electrolytes
Dr Bets

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Posted by: asd | 2010/06/03

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The bride replies, "  I can''''t wear your trousers." 

He replies, "  And don''''t forget that! I will always wear the pants in the family!" 

The bride takes off her knickers and throws them at him with the same request, "  Try those on!" 

He replies,"  I can''''t get into your knickers!" 

"  And you never bloody will if you don''''t change your attitude." 

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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2010/06/03

Dear Kea
Unfortunately I can't give you a diagnosis on this alone - one would need to look at physical signs and symptoms, what you find with examination. She may even have 2 or more conditions at the same time. I would think one should also have to look at thyroid hormone levels, Calcium levels, Kidney function and electrolytes
Dr Bets

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