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According to MedlinePlus, deltoid muscle atrophy is a condition in which the deltoid muscles of the shoulder have become wasted or diminished, resulting in loss of strength or movement. Causes of deltoid muscle atrophy i... More »

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Symptoms of muscle atrophy include one limb being substantially smaller than the other, having a marked weakness in one limb, and being unable to move in a regular manner. If unable to move normally, it is important to c... More »

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Muscle atrophy can take several months or years before setting in and eating away at the muscle tissue, according to The Free Resource. Atrophy is the wasting and deterioration of muscle tissue. More »

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The deltoid muscle, located on the outside of the shoulder, helps rotate the upper arm and extend the arm at the shoulder. The deltoid has three different sets of fibers that help perform specific tasks. More »

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According to Healthline, muscle rigidity is a condition in which the muscles are continually tense or contracted. Muscle rigidity is often a symptom of neurological problems or medicinal side effects. More »

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Muscles that cause two bones on two different sides of the joint to close, resembling a bending action, are called flexor muscles. However, each muscle has the ability only to pull, not to push, so muscles need to work i... More »

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Symptoms of muscle atrophy include one limb being substantially smaller than the other, having a marked weakness in one limb, and being unable to move in a regular manner. If unable to move normally, it is important to c... More »

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