M I Garcia Erro

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A 13-year-old boy with autosomal-dominant congenital facial diplegia was evaluated by electrophysiologic and genetic investigations. Thirteen members of his family were affected over 4 generations. The electrophysiologic studies revealed blink reflex abnormalities. Both R1 and R2 responses were prolonged on the left side after ipsilateral stimulation, while(More)
Twelve patients between 15 months and 13 years of age with clinical and pharmacological features of myasthenia gravis were studied. Repetitive nerve stimulation did not offer valuable information; the patients demonstrated either inspecific muscular decremental response or had normal behavior. Two clear groups of patients were identified after measurements(More)
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