An Online Educational Resource for Limb Girdle Muscle Weakness (LGMW)
Limb girdle muscle weakness (LGMW) can result from multiple causes. Early and accurate diagnosis is critical to optimal disease management. The diagnosis can involve clinical, electromyogram, and genetic findings. Patient-specific multidisciplinary management plans, including genetic counseling, should be developed. Currently, there are drugs available for some conditions. Many providers lack the skills to provide optimal care due to the heterogeneous presentation, complex diagnosis, and rarity of LGMW disorders.



Featured Webinar: Molecular Diagnosis of Limb-Girdle Muscle Weakness

Arunkanth Ankala, PhDArunkanth Ankala, PhD
Assistant Professor of Human Genetics
Director, EGL Genetic Diagnostics LLC
Emory University School of Medicine
Atlanta, Georgia





Featured Webinar: Approach to Genetic Testing in Myopathies

Anthony A. Amato, MDAnthony A. Amato, MD
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Professor of Neurology
Harvard Medical School
Boston, Massachusetts




Featured CME/CE Education

  • Management of Limb-Girdle Myopathies

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  • Genetic Testing in the Diagnosis Limb-Girdle Muscle Weakness

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  • Case Study: A Tale of Two Brothers

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  • Molecular Diagnosis of Limb-Girdle Muscle Weakness

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  • Genetic Diagnosis of Limb Girdle Muscle Weakness

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