facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy fa·ci·o·scap·u·lo·hu·mer·al muscular dystrophy (fā'shē-ō-skāp'yə-lō-hy&oomacr;'mər-əl)
A benign inherited form of dystrophy beginning in childhood and characterized by wasting and weakness primarily of the muscles of the face, shoulder girdle, and arms. Also called Landouzy-Déjérine dystrophy.
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