A team approach in the diagnosis and management of facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy: a case report
Case Report: A 13-year-old right handedominant girl, accompanied by her mother, initially presented to the orthopedic hand clinic for evaluation of chronic progressive weakness in her right long finger while typing and playing the piano. She reported a history of vague injury to her finger after a fall on the ground 4 years back. On further inquisition, she also reported nonspecific weakness in her right shoulder with difficulty lifting her arm above eye level and reaching for objects on a shelf. In addition, her mother noted a remote history of viral meningitis at the age of 14 weeks.