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Camptocormia: A Rare Axial Myopathy Disease

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Camptocormia: A Rare Axial Myopathy Disease

Samuel Katsuyuki Shinjo et al. Clinics (Sao Paulo).

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Patient with camptocormia (A) whose posture markedly improved when when she was allowed to hold onto a table, (B) or when she lay in a supine position (C)

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