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What is Nemalin myopathy, late onset type?

What is Nemalin myopathy, late onset type?

  • Nemalin myopathy, late onset type: A very rare inherited muscle disorder and is characterized by muscle weakness caused by the presence of nemalin rods in the muscle tissue which affects its function. The muscle weakness may be severe but is generally not a progressive condition. The main muscles affected are the limbs, neck and face. The legs are generally more affected in the late onset type.

Nemalin myopathy, late onset type: Introduction

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How serious is Nemalin myopathy, late onset type?

Prognosis of Nemalin myopathy, late onset type: progressive condition

What causes Nemalin myopathy, late onset type?

Causes of Nemalin myopathy, late onset type: see causes of Nemalin myopathy, late onset type

What are the symptoms of Nemalin myopathy, late onset type?

Symptoms of Nemalin myopathy, late onset type: see symptoms of Nemalin myopathy, late onset type

Onset of Nemalin myopathy, late onset type: 4th-6th decade

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Nemalin myopathy, late onset type: Medical Geneticist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Nemalin myopathy, late onset type.
Treatments for Nemalin myopathy, late onset type: see treatments for Nemalin myopathy, late onset type

Name of Nemalin myopathy, late onset type

Main name of condition: Nemalin myopathy, late onset type

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