Progressive muscular dystrophy. Functional improvement after a renal allograft.


From his first years a child showed signs of a primary and rapidly developing muscular dystrophy. The diagnosis was established by an increased serum CK level and by electromyography and muscle biopsies. Afterwards this child developed a severe renal deficiency which needed binephrectomy and the graft of a normal kidney. During the few months just after the… (More)


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