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We present the patient with pendular nystagmus. The condition is secondary to long-term work as an underground coal miner. The issue is worth describing because of its rare presence in contemporary either neurological or ophthalmological literature.
The paper describes a patient case with early diagnosed myasthenia introduced, who after thymectomy and postsurgical pharmacology achieved a total remission of the disease within six years.
There is a patient case with dementia and brain MRI massive abnormalities, probably in the course of vitamin B12 deficiency.