Facio-Scapulo-Humeral Muscular Dystrophy – A less common variation of the spelling of facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy.
Fascioscapuohumeral Muscular Dystrophy – at times seen inside the literature, a very rare and uncommon spelling choice for FSHD.
Landouzy-Dejerine Muscular Dystrophy – The older brand for FSHD; named after Landouzy and Dejerine, who very first described the disease in 1885.
Facioscapulohumeral disease – The phrase used by Dr. George W.A.M. Padberg in 1980 to illustrate FSHD as a multi-system whole body disease.
Scapuohumeral Muscular Dystrophy – A facial sparing form of dystrophy whose genetic locus may be the same as that for FSHD. there is no demonstrable facial weakness in affected individuals.
Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing loss – A high frequency hearing loss caused by nerve harm in both ears. normally associated with and clinically symptomatic in infantile or early onset FSHD.
Hypercarbic Respiratory Insufficiency – Respiratory insufficiency caused by high levels of carbon-dioxide (CO2) inside the blood.
Coats’ disease – Also referred to as retinal telangiectasis, a sporadic disorder characterized by a defect of retinal vascular development that outcomes in vessel leakage, sub-retinal exudation, and retinal detachment. The disorder was very first reported by Coats in 1908. it’s normally associated with infantile or early onset FSHD.