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Myopathy and an unusual serum antibody point to a defined syndrome

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A study of patients presenting over three years with syndromes affecting skeletal muscles has found that those with serum antibody to the signal recognition particle (SRP) represent a defined syndrome. Empirical evidence suggests that early corticosteroid treatment may improve muscle strength.

Seven patients had antibodies to SRP but no antibodies linked …

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