Myopathies in animals

Visualization of narrower problems
The myopathies are diseases that produce primary damage to the skeletal muscle fibre. Many examples of progressive myopathies resemble various types of muscular dystrophy seen in man.
The most common and economically important myopathies of domestic animals are caused by nutritional deficiencies of selenium or vitamin E, or both.
Aggravated by 
(E) Emanations of other problems