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Muscular Dystrophy

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It can but in most cases it can be just as simple as dehydration or over exertion.  Try drinking plenty of fluids and take vitamins.  If...
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Symptoms of muscular dystrophy often can be relieved through exercise, physical therapy, rehabilitative devices, respiratory care, and surgery...
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Muscular dystrophy is diagnosed through a physical exam, a family medical history, and tests. These might include:A muscle biopsy (the removal and...
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There is no cure for any form of muscular dystrophy (MD) but medications and therapy can slow the course of the disease. Human trials of gene therapy...
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Muscular dystrophy (MD) is a group of inherited diseases in which the muscles that control movement (called voluntary muscles) progressively weaken...
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Muscular dystrophy is caused by defects in certain genes, with type determined by the abnormal gene. In 1986, researchers discovered the gene that...
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If you have a family history of muscular dystrophy, you may want to consult a genetic counselor before having children. The odds of passing the...
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The symptoms of muscular dystrophy include:All forms: muscle weakness. Myotonic: muscle spasms or stiffening after use, hand weakness, foot drop...
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