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Myasthenia gravis and breast carcinoma—a case report
  1. B. W. Hancock


    A case of true myasthenia gravis, involving brain stem innervated muscles, occurring in a patient with breast carcinoma is described. Treatment with cholinesterase inhibitors gave good sustained improvement despite dissemination of carcinoma.

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