The typical symptoms that present in Scleroderma Associated Myopathy are muscle weakness, muscle fatigue, muscle pain, muscle endurance issues, and shortness of breath because of diaphragmatic weakness and cardio involvement.
The treatment for Scleroderma Associated Myopathy is still largely unknown because there is not enough information about the disease. The Johns Hopkins Rheumatology Division is working to understand more about this kind of Myopathy.
Antisynthetase Syndrome is an autoimmune disease that is a subcategory of Myositis, which means muscle disease. There are many different areas that Antisynthetase Syndrome affects, however, a few common ones are the muscle weakness, difficulty breathing, and joint pain.