[A case of myotonic dystrophy showing proximal dominant muscle involvement but not myotonia].

@article{Mihori1999ACO,
  title={[A case of myotonic dystrophy showing proximal dominant muscle involvement but not myotonia].},
  author={A Mihori and Hideyuki Miyauchi and Kenshi Kaneda and Masahiro Nakayama and Shin-ichi Ono and Natsue Shimizu},
  journal={Rinsho shinkeigaku = Clinical neurology},
  year={1999},
  volume={39 4},
  pages={461-4}
}
A 45-year-old female had progressive difficulty in climbing stairs and standing from a chair for 10 years. She had binocular cataracts which were operated at the age of 42 years. On examination, she had marked muscle wasting in the proximal limbs, scapular and sternomastoid muscles. She presented as marked muscle weakness in the proximal portion of the… CONTINUE READING