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Myalgia often accompany infectious diseases

Myalgia (Greek from mys "muscle", álgos "pain") is a term used to describe muscle pain. Most often it is a benign symptom of excessive physical activity or common viral diseases. However, they can also be accompanied by serious diseases, such as myasthenia gravis, malaria or muscular dystrophy[1].

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  1. RAMRAKHA, Punit – RAMRAKHA, Punit – MOORE, Kevin, et al. Oxford Handbook of Acute Medicine. - edition. OUP Oxford, 2010. 869 pp. pp. 834. ISBN 9780199230921.

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