How is Muscular Dystrophy tested for?

Answer Muscular Dystrophy is a condition where gradual muscle wastage leads to increased weakness and disability. To test for it, a blood test is carried out.

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How was muscular dystrophy discovered?

In the 1860s, descriptions of boys who grew progressively weaker, lost the ability to walk, and died at an early age became more prominent in medical journals. In the following ten years, French ne... Read More »

Who discovered Muscular Dystrophy?

Obviously you're old enough to write about this, so I would strongly suggest you go to your aunt and ask to be taken to a doctor. This could be a medical problem you have no control over. Humiliati... Read More »

How is muscular dystrophy spread?

Muscular dytrophy is not spread it is heriditary.

How can you spot muscular dystrophy?

If ppl cant lift there arms high in the air