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What is ocular myasthenia?
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Dr. Howard Pomeranz
Ophthalmology
In brief: Myasthenia
Ocular myasthenia is a form of myasthenia that only affects the eyes and typically has symptoms of drooping eyelids, double vision, or both.

In brief: Myasthenia
Ocular myasthenia is a form of myasthenia that only affects the eyes and typically has symptoms of drooping eyelids, double vision, or both.
Dr. Howard Pomeranz
Dr. Howard Pomeranz
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Dr. Jack Mutnick
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
In brief: Ocular Myasthenia
Ocular myasthenia gravis is a form of myasthenia gravis (mg) in which the muscles that move the eyes and control the eyelids are easily fatigued and weakened.
http://www.myasthenia.org/linkclick.aspx?fileticket=ut52jmdil6i%3d.

In brief: Ocular Myasthenia
Ocular myasthenia gravis is a form of myasthenia gravis (mg) in which the muscles that move the eyes and control the eyelids are easily fatigued and weakened.
http://www.myasthenia.org/linkclick.aspx?fileticket=ut52jmdil6i%3d.
Dr. Jack Mutnick
Dr. Jack Mutnick
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In brief: Eye muscle weakness
Ocular myasthenia gravis is disease of the neuromuscular junction resulting in eye muscle weakness and fatigue.
If the disease has been confined to the eye for more than 3 years there is only a 94% liklihood it will not worse or generalize. Prognosis tends to be good, one must avoid medications that can worsen neuromuscular transmission. Ocular mg is likely associated with other autoimmue disease.

In brief: Eye muscle weakness
Ocular myasthenia gravis is disease of the neuromuscular junction resulting in eye muscle weakness and fatigue.
If the disease has been confined to the eye for more than 3 years there is only a 94% liklihood it will not worse or generalize. Prognosis tends to be good, one must avoid medications that can worsen neuromuscular transmission. Ocular mg is likely associated with other autoimmue disease.
Dr. Jonathan Dissin
Dr. Jonathan Dissin
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