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What is Myopathy, Distal 2?

What is Myopathy, Distal 2?

  • Myopathy, Distal 2: An inherited muscle condition that tends to mainly affect the end portions of arms and legs - hands, feet, forearms and lower legs. There are three subtypes which are distinguished by the origin of the genetic defect. Type 2 is linked to a defect on chromosome 5q. Type two also involves problems with the vocal cord.

Myopathy, Distal 2: Introduction

Types of Myopathy, Distal 2:

Broader types of Myopathy, Distal 2:

How serious is Myopathy, Distal 2?

Complications of Myopathy, Distal 2: see complications of Myopathy, Distal 2

What causes Myopathy, Distal 2?

Causes of Myopathy, Distal 2: see causes of Myopathy, Distal 2

What are the symptoms of Myopathy, Distal 2?

Symptoms of Myopathy, Distal 2: see symptoms of Myopathy, Distal 2

Complications of Myopathy, Distal 2: see complications of Myopathy, Distal 2

Onset of Myopathy, Distal 2: During the fourth decade of life.

How is it treated?

Treatments for Myopathy, Distal 2: see treatments for Myopathy, Distal 2

Name and Aliases of Myopathy, Distal 2

Main name of condition: Myopathy, Distal 2

Other names or spellings for Myopathy, Distal 2:

Distal Myopathy 2, Vocal Cord and Pharyngeal Dysfunction with Distal Myopathy

 

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