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Alcoholic myopathy

Alcoholic myopathy, also known as alcoholic myopathy, is a muscle disease caused by alcoholism with unknown pathogenesis. The clinical manifestations can be acute myopathy and chronic myopathy, and the severity is related to the amount of alcohol.


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