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Spierziekten is een verzamelnaam voor een groot aantal verschillende aandoeningen. In het verleden was het beleid inzake testen en trainen van patiënten met een spierziekte zeer behoudend, omdat er altijd een risico bestaat dat de gezondheidstoestand van de patiënten door de training verslechtert.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • T. Takken
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  1. 1.Wilhelmina KinderziekenhuisUMC UtrechtUtrecht

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