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Table 3 Qualitative and semi-quantitative assessment of a large subset of bilateral skeletal muscles through MRI

From: Natural history, outcome measures and trial readiness in LAMA2-related muscular dystrophy and SELENON-related myopathy in children and adults: protocol of the LAST STRONG study

Lower extremity and pelvic girdle Upper extremity, shoulder girdle and trunk
m. Extensor digitorum longus m. Sternocleidmastoideus
m. Flexor digitorum longus Neck flexor muscles
m. Gastrocnemius medialis Neck extensor muscles
m. Gastrocnemius lateralis m. Levator scapulae
m. Soleus m. Longus colli
m. Tibialis posterior m. Latissimus dorsi
m. Tibialis anterior m. Trapezius
m. Vastus intermedius m. Deltoideus
m. Vastus medialis m. Rotatorcuff muscles (Subscapularis)
m. Vastus lateralis m. Pectoralis major
m. Rectus femoris m. Pectoralis minor
m. Biceps femoris - short head m. Serratus anterior
m. Biceps femoris - long head Anterior arm compartment (m. biceps brachii)
m. Semitendinosus Posterior arm compartment
m. Semimembranosus Anterior forearm compartment (m. Flexor carpi radialis)
m. Adductor longus Posterior forearm compartment
m. Adductor brevis m. Intercostales
m. Adductor magnus m. Erector thoracalis spinae
m. Gracilis m. Erector lumbalis spinae
m. Sartorius m. Quadratus lumborum
m. Tensor fascia latae Abdominal belt muscles (m. Rectus abdominis)
m. Quadratus femoris  
m. Gluteus maximus Head
m. Gluteus medius m. Temporalis
m. Gluteus minimus m. Masseter
m. Psoas m. pterygoideus medialis
m. Iliacus m. pterygoideus lateralis
m. Piriformis Tongue
m. Obturator internus  
m. Obturator externus  
m. Perineal muscles  
m. Pectineus