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Neurogenic scapuloperoneal syndrome in childhood.
  1. R Mercelis,
  2. J Demeester,
  3. J J Martin


    Two brothers presented with a slowly progressive scapuloperoneal syndrome starting in early childhood. Initially there were myopathic EMG changes, but these changed to those of denervation. Neuromuscular biopsies at an interval of five years confirmed the neurogenic character of the muscle atrophy.

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