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We report a photographically documented false-positive edrophonium test in a patient with a histologically verified brainstem glioma. While a positive response to intravenous edrophonium should usually be regarded as confirmatory for myasthenia gravis, the possibility of a false-positive test must be considered in patients with atypical physical findings.
Amaurosis fugax in a younger person in whom premature atherosclerotic disease and cardiac emboli have been eliminated is usually benign. We describe a 25-year-old man with recurrent painless left monocular visual loss lasting from 5 to 45 minutes. Initial physical examination, carotid ultrasound, and electrocardiogram were normal. Goldmann visual field(More)
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