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How does 'inclusion body myositis' affect a person's lifestyle?

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Dr. Aaron Haug
Neurology

In brief: Weakness.

Weakness is the main symptom of inclusion body myositis.
This is usually most severe in the distal upper extremities (hands) and proximal lower extremities (hips). Physical therapy and regular physical activity are important to optimize function.

In brief: Weakness.

Weakness is the main symptom of inclusion body myositis.
This is usually most severe in the distal upper extremities (hands) and proximal lower extremities (hips). Physical therapy and regular physical activity are important to optimize function.
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