Muscle and soft-tissue pathology encompasses a myriad of diseases related to muscle, connective tissues, synovial membranes, and neuromuscular junctions. Some of these conditions have their origins in genetic causes, while others, appearing later in life, are related to autoimmune conditions, neoplastic processes, or sequelae of other conditions. Understandably, the differential diagnosis for a patient with muscle and soft-tissue complaints is vast, so it’s important to understand not only their characteristic history and physical examination findings but also their pathophysiology. That ensures the clinician has the tools to make the diagnosis and refer the patient to the appropriate treatment.
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