Polyglucosan body myopathy 2
A glycogen storage disease characterized by polyglucosan accumulation in muscle, and skeletal myopathy without cardiac involvement. Most patients manifest slowly progressive, hip girdle, shoulder girdle, and/or hand and leg muscle weakness. Polyglucosan contains abnormally long and poorly branched glucosyl chains and is variably resistant to digestion by alpha-amylase.
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