A rare case of myotonic dystrophy (MD) with congestive heart failure, associated with QT prolongation and torsade de pointes (TdP) is reported. A 53-year-old woman was admitted to the hospital because of congestive heart failure. Electrocardiograph (ECG) showed first-degree atrioventricular block and QT prolongation. During hospitalization, TdP appeared but returned to sinus rhythm spontaneously. As the patient had quadriplegia, a myopathic face, cataracts, diabetes mellitus, and an increased number of cytosine-thymineguanine (CTG) repeats (760 repeats), she was diagnosed as having MD. Electrocardiographic analysis of her family also revealed abnormal QT(U) prolongation in her daughter and brother who both had MD, while ECG findings of other family members without MD were normal. Thus, the presence of QT(U) prolongation was associated with MD in this family.