DUCHENNE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY
Muscular dystrophies are distinguished by unique anomalies in muscles endoscopy from individuals (e.g., the difference in muscle fibre size, muscle fibre necrosis, scar tissue production, and inflammation). These neurodegenerative diseases are a group of about 30 related genetic disorders.
How does DMD affect one's body?
Initial observations can include approach taken disturbances, such as walking or running without support; toes walk; an odd, waddling way of moving (gait); trouble descending stairs or rising from a sitting posture (Gower's sign); and frequent dropping. Young kids and small children may appear sluggish and slow, and they may have abnormal calf elongation due to tissue bruising (pseudohypertrophy).