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Congenital myopathy is a rare genetic condition that causes muscle weakness. Congenital means “present at birth” and myopathy means “disease of muscle.” Babies with congenital myopathies lack muscle tone at birth. Other signs of the condition include skeletal problems (like weak or improperly aligned bones), difficulty breathing and feeding issues. Symptoms can appear at birth, during infancy or throughout childhood.


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