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  1. ... bestpractice.com male sex and/or white ethnicity (inclusion body myositis) Inclusion body myositis affects men more than women, ...
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  2. ... Procedural videos Evidence Drugs Differentials VIEW ALL  Hereditary inclusion body myositis SIGNS / SYMPTOMS INVESTIGATIONS SIGNS / SYMPTOMS Quadriceps more likely ...
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  3. ... nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8264687?tool=bestpractice.com Inclusion body myositis SIGNS / SYMPTOMS INVESTIGATIONS SIGNS / SYMPTOMS Slowly progressive. Weakness ...
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  4. ... active polymyositis. Normal or only mildly elevated in inclusion body myositis. When elevated, serial assessment represents the most effective ... as well as treatment response. Not helpful in inclusion body myositis. The CK level may normalise with treatment, yet ...
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  5. ... Dalakas MC. Inflammatory, immune, and viral aspects of inclusion-body myositis. Neurology. 2006;66(2 suppl 1):S33-S38. ... pubmed/16432143?tool=bestpractice.com [21] Chou SM. Inclusion body myositis: a chronic persistent mumps myositis? Hum Pathol. 1986; ...
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  6. ... are divided into 3 groups: polymyositis, dermatomyositis, and inclusion body myositis. Polymyositis and dermatomyositis seem to have an autoimmune pathogenesis, whereas inclusion body myositis seems to have an autoimmune and degenerative pathogenesis. [ ...
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  7. ... characterised by proximal symmetrical muscle weakness, although in inclusion body myositis there is usually more distal weakness. It frequently ... to months, but may develop insidiously, as in inclusion body myositis, or, occasionally, much more acutely. History Polymyositis occurs ...
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  8. ... disorders of muscle: progress in polymyositis, dermatomyositis and inclusion body myositis. Curr Opin Neurol. 2004;17:561-567. Abstract ... BA, Zilko PJ, Mastaglia FL. Prevalence of sporadic inclusion body myositis in Western Australia. Muscle Nerve. 2000;23:970- ...
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  9. ... active polymyositis. Normal or only mildly elevated in inclusion body myositis. When elevated, serial evaluation represents the most effective ... as well as treatment response. Not helpful in inclusion body myositis. The CK level may normalize with treatment, and ...
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  10. ... characterized by proximal symmetric muscle weakness, although in inclusion body myositis there is usually more distal weakness. It frequently ... to months, but may develop insidiously, as in inclusion body myositis, or occasionally much more acutely. History Polymyositis occurs ...
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