The diagnostic approach to neuromuscular diseases in children is often challenging. Medical history, clinical examination, laboratory tests, electromyography (EMG) and muscle biopsy are well known components of the functional classification of neuromuscular diseases whilst imaging and genetic testing are increasingly gaining importance [1-3]. These tests have individual advantages and limitations, and are used in a complementary fashion to efficiently diagnose patients with neuromuscular diseases.

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