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Myasthenic syndrome

Introduction: Myasthenic syndrome

Description of Myasthenic syndrome

Myasthenic syndrome: a disease seen in patients with lung cancer and characterized by weakness and fatigue of hip and thigh muscles and an aching back; caused by antibodies directed against the neuromuscular junctions.
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Hierarchical classifications of Myasthenic syndrome

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