Neuromuscular junction

What is Neuromuscular junction?

It is the junction of neuron and muscle fibre, where nerotransmitters are secreted which transmit signals from neuron to muscle fibres. Myesthenia gravis is the disease which primarily involves this site.

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what can be the cause of a drooping eye lid. that comes and goes

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Rule out myasthenia gravis

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My wife was in a car accident in January. She suffered numerous issues ( whiplash, concussion, back strain, shoulder separation, but most notably...

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Tests evidence needed to confirm Myasthenia Gravis.

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I have had severe muscle weakness, pain, numbness, spasms, and tightness all over my body. I wake up and feel like my whole body is stiff, and...

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The reports need to be carefully analysed and coordinated clinically.

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