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Myopathy refers to the primary structural or functional lesions of muscles, including secondary muscle weakness caused by the central nervous system (CNS), lower motor neurons, peripheral nerves and neuromuscular joints. According to the clinical and laboratory examination characteristics, myopathy can be distinguished from other motor neuron diseases. Clinically, myopathy can be divided into genetic and acquired.


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