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Inclusion body myopathy, 2 autosomal recessive

Inclusion body myopathy, 2 autosomal recessive: Introduction

Inclusion body myopathy, 2 autosomal recessive: A very rare, recessively inherited genetic disorder involving progressive muscle weakness and wasting in the arms and legs. The distinctive feature of this particular disorder is the fact that that the thigh muscles are usually spared. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Inclusion body myopathy, 2 autosomal recessive is available below.

Symptoms of Inclusion body myopathy, 2 autosomal recessive

  • Arm muscle weakness
  • Shoulder girdle muscle weakness
  • Leg muscle weakness
  • Pelvic girdle muscle weakness
  • Arm muscle wasting
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Inclusion body myopathy, 2 autosomal recessive: Complications

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Causes of Inclusion body myopathy, 2 autosomal recessive

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Prognosis for Inclusion body myopathy, 2 autosomal recessive

Prognosis for Inclusion body myopathy, 2 autosomal recessive: severe disability usually occurs in 10 to 20 years

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Inclusion body myopathy, 2 autosomal recessive is listed as a "rare disease" by the Office of Rare Diseases (ORD) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This means that Inclusion body myopathy, 2 autosomal recessive, or a subtype of Inclusion body myopathy, 2 autosomal recessive, affects less than 200,000 people in the US population.
Source - National Institutes of Health (NIH)

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