Focal myasthenia gravis in a dog.


A 10-month-old American cocker spaniel was evaluated for megaesophagus, aspiration pneumonia, but no appendicular muscle weakness. During hospitalization, weakness of the facial muscles developed, this resolved with anticholinesterase administration. Serum antibodies against acetylcholine receptors were documented, confirming the diagnosis of focal… (More)


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