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Figure 2

Figure 2. Distribution of muscle weakness and atrophy in individuals with two major clinical subtypes of GARS mutation associated disease

A. Thenar and first dorsal interosseus muscle wasting with relatively preserved hypothenar in an individual with dSMA-V phenotype
B. Peroneal atrophy, pes cavus, and hammerhead toes in an individual with the CMT2D clinical variant; this individual also has a reduction of pinprick, temperature, touch, and vibration sense in stocking distribution.

Reprinted from Sivakumar et al [2005] by permission of Oxford University Press

From: GARS-Associated Axonal Neuropathy

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