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Symptoms of Muscular dystrophy, proximal, autosomal dominant, late onset type

Symptoms of Muscular dystrophy, proximal, autosomal dominant, late onset type

The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Muscular dystrophy, proximal, autosomal dominant, late onset type includes the 3 symptoms listed below:

  • Progressive weakness of limb girdle muscles
  • Weakness of pelvic femoral muscles
  • Scapulohumeral muscle weakness
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Onset of Muscular dystrophy, proximal, autosomal dominant, late onset type: late 2nd decade

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