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What is myasthenia gravis and how is it treated?

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In brief: Immune disorder

Which affects to neuromuscular junction connections of nerve to muscle.
Associated with progressive weakness on exertion, and can be associated with double vision, problems breathing, and swallowing. Treatment in past involved, steroids, immune agents, and meds that affect the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.

In brief: Immune disorder

Which affects to neuromuscular junction connections of nerve to muscle.
Associated with progressive weakness on exertion, and can be associated with double vision, problems breathing, and swallowing. Treatment in past involved, steroids, immune agents, and meds that affect the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.
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