In a small series of LS patients, there was a surprising amount of muscle dysfunction by EMG. The muscle involvement may be possibly related to a secondary peripheral nerve involvement due to LS inflammation and fibrosis. PubMed, Pediatr Rheumatol Online J. 2014 Jul 12;12:27. (Also see: Linear Scleroderma)
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