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A case of myasthenia gravis treated with steroids: some suggestions for the mechanisms underlying their effect.
  1. P. Dandona,
  2. E. J. Corkan,
  3. G. E. Sladen

    Abstract

    This report deals with a patient with long standing myasthenia gravis treated with a small dose of corticosteroids. The response to treatment was prompt and the post-therapeutic deterioration in function was minimal and cholinergic in nature. It is suggested that the dose of anticholinesterases be reduced concomitantly with the institution of steroid treatment.

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