Number responding = 38 / percent responding = 27% of total respondents (143).
Note: This was a multiple choice question.
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Page 43. III. Associated Symptoms (page 3 of 4) cont.: Muscle loss
2. Comments for Muscle Loss:
Can't be positive that the muscle loss in the arm and leg is due to PRS, but I don't
have a similar pattern of muscle loss on the non-affected side of my body.
Now when the tissue it's not hardened and the atrophy "cleaned" all from my face and
under my chin, sometimes I have the feeling that the parts that are missing are there
like they contract or like pulsation, but in reality it doesn't happen. It's a very strange
No masseter muscle present on the left cheek.
Most of the loss of muscle tone in my body is due to not exercising regularly.
Due to lack of innervation on right side of face due to 7th cranial nerve palsy, left leg
and left arm due to paralysis from brain. No muscle loss directly due to PRS.
Some atrophy on my right side of my neck internal and external. Loss of tissue and
some weakness around my right elbow.
It's hard to tell the difference between muscle and fat sometimes! I suspect my
abdomen also has less muscle.
If lifting weights, my muscle "power" is far less on the affected side.
I know of facial problems but not sure of the rest of body.
Number responding = 9 / percent responding = 6% of total respondents (143).
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