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Muscular dystrophy and other muscular conditions

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Muscular dystrophy and other muscular conditions

Generalised muscle weakness in rabbits has numerous causes, many of which are extremely rare or have never been conclusively diagnosed in rabbits but are important to discuss because they occur in other species so may occur in rabbits. By its definition, muscular dystrophy is defined as a degeneration of muscular tissue sometimes caused by faulty nutrition. This has been seen to occur in rabbits as well as other mammals.

Feeding a good diet that contains adequate amounts of vitamin E is essential in the prevention of muscular dystrophy

What is muscular dystrophy?

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What other muscular conditions can rabbits suffer from?

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How can muscular problems be prevented?

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