A surveillance aid for primary care providers to facilitate the identification of signs of muscle weakness in children ages 6 months to 5 years. Failure to meet age-appropriate milestones may be a sign of a serious developmental delay.
Early diagnosis can help target interventions, improve outcomes, reduce family distress related to the diagnostic process, and provide the opportunity for accurate genetic counseling. MORE CLINICAL PEARLS
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