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Myopathy congenital multicore with external ophthalmoplegia

Myopathy congenital multicore with external ophthalmoplegia: Introduction

Myopathy congenital multicore with external ophthalmoplegia: A rare disorder characterized by muscle weakness and as well as weakness or paralysis of the external eye muscles. Severity of symptoms are variable. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Myopathy congenital multicore with external ophthalmoplegia is available below.

Symptoms of Myopathy congenital multicore with external ophthalmoplegia

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Causes of Myopathy congenital multicore with external ophthalmoplegia

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Prognosis for Myopathy congenital multicore with external ophthalmoplegia

Prognosis for Myopathy congenital multicore with external ophthalmoplegia: wheelchair dependency may occur in 2nd decade in some patients

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  1. Myopathy congenital multicore with external ophthalmoplegia: Introduction
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  5. Misdiagnosis
  6. Home Testing
  7. Prognosis
 

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