Aging with muscular dystrophy: Pathophysiology and clinical management

  • Carter G
  • Weiss M
  • Chamberlain J
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Major advances in the fields of medical science and physiology, molecular genetics, biomedical engineering, and computer science have provided individuals with muscular dystrophy (MD) with more functional equipment, allowing better strategies for improvement of quality of life. These advances have also allowed a significant number of these patients to live much longer. As progress continues to change management, it also changes patients' expectations. A comprehensive medical and rehabilitative approach to management of aging MD patients can often fulfill expectations and help them enjoy an enhanced quality of life. © 2010 Elsevier Inc.

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  • Aging
  • Management
  • Muscular dystrophy
  • Pathophysiology

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  • Gregory T. Carter

  • Michael D. Weiss

  • Joel R. Chamberlain

  • Jay J. Han

  • Richard T. Abresch

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