[Giant-cell myocarditis without a symptom of heart failure seen in a patient with myasthenia gravis and concurrent Hashimoto's disease].

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A 69-year-old Japanese woman initially noticed difficulty in squatting in the last two years, followed by nasal voice, fatiguability in mastication, and blepharoptosis. On admission to our hospital, in addition to these neurological findings, we detected ectopic arrhythmia and Levine II systolic murmur at the apex region, without any subjective symptoms… (More)

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@article{Kanzato2001GiantcellMW, title={[Giant-cell myocarditis without a symptom of heart failure seen in a patient with myasthenia gravis and concurrent Hashimoto's disease].}, author={Naomi Kanzato and Izuru Nakasone and Osahiko Sunagawa and Yusuke Komine and Kohshiro Fukiyama}, journal={Rinsho shinkeigaku = Clinical neurology}, year={2001}, volume={41 11}, pages={813-7} }