A 51-year-old woman presented to the neuromuscular clinic for evaluation of predominantly proximal bilateral lower limb weakness that had slowly progressed for 5 years. However, her husband noted that for at least 20-30 years she has had a waddling gait. She denied upper limb weakness, ptosis, diplopia, bulbar symptoms, and fluctuations of the weakness. There was no history of myalgia, cramps, or urine discoloration. She had no sensory symptoms, cognitive changes, or cardiorespiratory symptoms.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Clinical Neurology