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September 1971

From the Pathological-Anatomical Institute of Graz TWO EARLY INFANTILE HEREDITARY CASES OF PROGRESSIVE MUSCULAR ATROPHY SIMULATING DYSTROPHY, BUT ON A NEURAL BASIS

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Neurologist in Graz

Arch Neurol. 1971;25(3):276-278. doi:10.1001/archneur.1971.00490030102014
Abstract

Wilhelm Bauer, 3 years old, was born of healthy parents.... His 13/4-year-old brother, Georg, is paralyzed in his legs. (His case history follows this one.) A 10-month-old brother, Franz, is healthy.

The patient was born in May 1885 as a strong child, who carried out lively movements with his extremities. Soon after birth he was brought to the country, where he was fed cows' milk, went

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