Hans-M Meinck

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A 75-year-old housewife presented with a 5-year history of slowly progressive, painless limb weakness with wasting particularly of the pretibial muscles and without sensory involvement. She was otherwise healthy, but had a history of mild pulmonary sarcoidosis 20 years earlier. Abnormal laboratory findings included serum calcium (3.2 mmol/L; normal 2.15-2.6(More)
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