Myasthenia mimicking monocular elevation deficiency.

  title={Myasthenia mimicking monocular elevation deficiency.},
  author={Changwon Kee and Dong Min Cha and Jeeyun Ahn and Jeong-Min Hwang},
  journal={Journal of child neurology},
  volume={28 1},
Monocular elevation deficiency is the inability to elevate the eye in abduction and adduction. Myasthenia gravis could mimic any pattern of ophthalmoplegia. However, myasthenia gravis mimicking monocular elevation deficiency appears to be very rare. A 12-month-old girl presented with the inability to elevate the left eye and blepharoptosis from 3 months of… CONTINUE READING