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      Neurogenic disorders

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      1/1/0001 - 1/1/0001

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      Neurogenetic disorder is a group of diseases or conditions that impair the functioning of the nervous system and muscles. Symptoms may include muscular weakness, rigidity, loss of muscular control, twitching and spasming (myoclonus), and muscle pain (myalgia). Neurogenetic disease can have many underlying causes including immunological and autoimmune disorders, viral infections, circulatory problems, stroke, tumors, the failure of the connections between the nerves and the muscle fibers, poisoning, chemicals, genetic/hereditary disorders and unknown causes.

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