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Die kongenitalen und mit besonderen morphologischen Veränderungen der Muskulatur einhergehenden Myopathien

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Unter diesem Begriff werden zahlreiche heterogene Krankheitsbilder größeren Teils erblicher Natur zusammengefaßt, bei welchen meist schon bei der Geburt allgemeine Schwäche oder Hypotonie der Muskulatur, oft beides zugleich, besteht und die Befunde darauf schließen lassen, daß es sich um primäre Myopathien, jedenfalls nicht um neurale bzw. spinale Erkrankungen handelt.

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  1. 1.Neurologischen Abteilung des StädtRudolf-Virchow-KrankenhausesBerlinDeutschland
  2. 2.Abteilung Klinische Forschung der Schering AGBerlinDeutschland

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