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587 Possible Causes for Muscle Weakness, Waddling Gait

  • Muscular Dystrophy

    This leads to damaged muscle fibres and to muscle weakness. Depending on the exact type of faulty gene and faulty protein, different types of muscle weakness result.[] Parents may first see that their three-to-five year old child frequently falls, runs slowly, walks on his toes or has a waddling gait.[] Symptoms include: Difficulty walking, such as lateness in learning how to walk (older than 18 months), having a waddling gait, or walking on the toes or balls of the feet[]

  • Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

    Generally, proximal muscle weakness is noticed earlier followed by distal muscle weakness.[] At age 4 he had a waddling gait and could no longer climb stairs.[] Additional early signs and symptoms include: Developmental delay Muscle weakness Clumsiness Waddling gait Difficulty or inability to perform activities such as climbing stairs[]

  • Hypophosphatasia

    Clinical trials are revealing aspects of HPP pathophysiology not yet fully understood, such as craniosynostosis and muscle weakness when HPP is severe.[] gait.[] Young children and infants affected with severe forms of HPP, but also adults often present with myopathy characterized by hypotonia or muscle weakness.[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis

    Nursing Diagnosis - Self care deficit related to inability to carryout ADLS / tremors - Impaired physical mobility related to weakness of bones and muscles - Risk for injury[] gait, and laxity of joints.[] Twelve patients had a waddling gait. Four patients were partially wheelchair-dependent and ten patients had limitations in their maximum walking distance.[]

  • Myasthenia Gravis

    Proximal muscle weakness is more often seen than distal muscle weakness.[] Other symptoms may include: weakness in muscles used for chewing, swallowing and talking severe fatigue an unstable or waddling gait arm weakness resulting in an inability[] Symptoms vary among patients, but can include: A drooping of one or both the eyelids (ptosis) Blurred or double vision Unstable or "waddling" gait Weakness in the arms or[]

  • Lambert Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome

    The muscle weakness often improves with physical exercise, which distinguishes this syndrome from myasthenia.[] Physical Examination Strength is usually reduced in proximal muscles of the legs and arms, producing a waddling gait and difficulty elevating the arms.[] A reduction in strength in the proximal muscles of the arms and legs, producing a, 'waddling,' gait and trouble with raising the arms.[]

  • Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy

    Although muscle weakness is a hallmark of facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD), the molecular mechanisms that lead to weakness in FSHD remain largely unknown.[] Mater diagnosed with atypical muscle dystrophy, when she was twenty-four years old, based on weakness of lower limb muscles, incomplett foot dorsalflexion and waddling gait[] Disease progression may lead to involvement of abdominal and pelvic muscles, causing lumbar hyperlordosis and a waddling gait.[]

  • Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy

    Progressive proximal muscle weakness began again at age 8 years. Serum CK was 14,910 IU/L. She was wheelchair-bound by age 12.[] We report a Saudi Arabian family with weakness in limb-girdle distribution: waddling gait, positive Gowers' sign, and marked muscle atrophy in the shoulder and pelvic girdle[] Generally, the first symptom that people with limb-girdle muscular dystrophy will notice is muscle weakness that causes trouble walking, resulting in a "waddling" gait and[]

  • Congenital Hip Dysplasia

    Limping due to leg-length discrepancy and weakness of pelvic muscles. Clinical examination. Limping Clinical examination. Abductor muscle weakness.[] gait.[] Ambulatory children: Often present after a leg-length discrepancy, limp, or waddling gait is noticed.[]

  • Singleton Merten Syndrome

    weakness, and joint laxity.[] gait Associated Genes IFIH1 (Withdrawn symbols: Hlcd, IDDM19, MDA-5, MDA5 ) Mouse Orthologs Ifih1 (Withdrawn symbols: 9130009C22Rik ) Source OMIM:182250 (names, synonyms,[] gait (Source: Singleton-Merten Syndrome; Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD) of National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), USA .)[]

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