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Data from Argenx's (EBR: ARGX) Phase 2 proof-of-concept clinical trial of ARGX-113 (efgartigimod) in myasthenia gravis (MG) patients with confirmed generalised muscle weakness has seen positive top-line results, the company announced on Monday.
Among all patients, 44% (22 cases) had muscle weakness or fasciculation with mean serum [K+] of 3.
Muscular dystrophies are a group of genetic neuromuscular disorders characterized by skeletal muscle weakness and wasting.
The muscle weakness in this disorder leads to serious breathing problems, and most children with non-classic infantile-onset Pompe disease live only into early childhood.
Background: Myopathies with rimmed vacuoles are a heterogeneous group of muscle disorders with progressive muscle weakness and varied clinical manifestations but similar features in muscle biopsies.
It could be due to muscle weakness or an underactive thyroid gland.
The diagnosis of DM is generally based on the features of proximal muscle weakness of gradual onset, raised muscle enzymes, e.
Peterson says that this kind of muscle improvement could also help other older adults who battle muscle weakness and fatigue and have trouble with regular movements.
The diagnostic criteria for DM included: hallmark cutaneous lesions of DM, clinically significant muscle weakness evaluated by electromyography (EMG), indicative laboratory findings muscle enzymes, muscle biopsy, autoantibodies.
However, these recent findings suggest that muscle weakness also may be a good marker of underlying aging processes that contribute to poor cardiovascular health.
Polymyositis-like syndrome in hypothyroidism is a rare condition characterised by proximal muscle weakness and elevated muscle enzymes.
2) Another rare complication of external DCR is transient orbicularis oculi muscle weakness ranging from delayed lid closure to lagophthalmos.