Deep tendon reflex in Eaton-Lambert syndrome.

Abstract

The mechanism of absent or decreased deep tendon reflex in Eaton-Lambert syndrome was studied. There was no evidence suggestive of the presence of a neuropathy. On the other hand, a brief (about 10 seconds) maximal voluntary contraction made the absent deep tendon reflexes elicitable, which suggests that the block of neuromuscular transmission in Eaton… (More)

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@article{Doi1978DeepTR, title={Deep tendon reflex in Eaton-Lambert syndrome.}, author={H. Doi and Yuichi Murai and Y. Kuroiwa}, journal={Folia psychiatrica et neurologica japonica}, year={1978}, volume={32 1}, pages={109-13} }