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What are the symptoms of myasthenia gravis? Could my symptoms fit?

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology

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Myasthenia is an autoimmune disease characterized by varying degrees of skeletal muscle weakness.
The weakness often increase with activity and improves with rest. Muscles of the extremities, respiration, eyes, voice and swallowing can be involved. If you think it fits you must see avneurologist.

In brief: See details

Myasthenia is an autoimmune disease characterized by varying degrees of skeletal muscle weakness.
The weakness often increase with activity and improves with rest. Muscles of the extremities, respiration, eyes, voice and swallowing can be involved. If you think it fits you must see avneurologist.
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