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Inclusion body myopathy, type 3 (IBM3)

Inclusion body myopathy, type 3 (IBM3): Introduction

Inclusion body myopathy, type 3 (IBM3): A dominantly inherited muscle wasting disorder in which the thigh and chest muscles are affected first. The rate of progression and severity can vary amongst patients. Contractures occur from birth and muscle weakness becomes progressive during adulthood (usually between the ages of 30 and 50 years). More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Inclusion body myopathy, type 3 (IBM3) is available below.

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