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Last Updated: 01/07/2023

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Last Updated: 01/07/2023

Satoyoshi syndrome is a rare syndrome characterized by progressive, painful, intermittent muscle spasms. Other symptoms of the syndrome may include diarrhea and an inability of the digestive tract to absorb certain foods, especially carbohydrates (malabsorption). People affected by Satoyoshi syndrome may also have loss of hair on the head and body (alopecia universalis), short stature, and skeletal abnormalities. Women with Satoyoshi syndrome may not have a menstrual cycle (amenorrhea). The exact cause of the syndrome is unknown. Satoyoshi syndrome can be diagnosed when a doctor sees symptoms that are consistent with the syndrome. The diagnosis can be confirmed by a variety of laboratory tests.

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