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Muscular Dystrophy -- Late Onset

Muscular Dystrophy -- Late Onset: Introduction

Muscular Dystrophy -- Late Onset: Muscle weakness and wasting that occurs later in life. The severity is variable with severe cases involving wheelchair confinement and death can occur if the heart muscle becomes involved. Progression may be slow or rapid. Slow progressing cases can result in a normal life span. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Muscular Dystrophy -- Late Onset is available below.

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