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Erb's dystrophy

Erb's dystrophy: Introduction

Erb's dystrophy: A slow progressing, muscle wasting disease. The muscles in the upper arms are affected first. Eventually muscles in the shoulders, trunk, thigh and pelvic girdle are involved. Eventually the facial muscles also become weak. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Erb's dystrophy is available below.

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