Muscular Dystrophies And Other Myopathies: Disease Bioinformatics
Muscular Dystrophies and Myopathies is a group of conditions that weaken muscles and hinder movement. There are several types of Muscular Dystrophy and each has differing severities and progressions. Myopathy is when the muscle fibers do not function properly. With most cases present during early childhood, Muscular Dystrophy can affect the whole body or just groups of muscles. The symptoms of Muscular Dystrophies usually worsen over time and include trouble walking, delayed motor skills, and frequent falls. Symptoms of Myopathies include muscle stiffness and cramps. There is no cure for muscular dystrophy or myopathies, but physical therapy is used to help preserve muscle strength. The outlook for Muscular Dystrophy and Myopathy varies dramatically depending on the type.
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