Kelsea Nissen

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A female child of healthy parents developed rotary nystagmus at the age of 15 months. Ophthalmoscopy disclosed incomplete optic atrophy. Blood tests, EEG and CT scans were normal. At 20 months progressive muscular weakness and wasting with limb-girdle distribution commenced, followed later by disturbance of gait. From muscle and nerve biopsy the diagnosis(More)
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