The AEU is a patient- and physician-weighted consensus unit that quantifies and compares adverse event burden among different drugs, a study found.
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Disease-modifying therapies have minimal transfer into breast milk and is safe and well-tolerated by both the mother and the baby, a study found.
Leflunomide plus low-dose prednisone may improve the symptoms of myasthenia gravis in the long term, a study found.
Researchers presented the genetic, serologic, and clinical traits of patients with congenital myasthenic syndrome and juvenile myasthenia gravis.
Eculizumab has been approved in Japan for the treatment of children with generalized myasthenia gravis, a study found.
Cholesterol delivery to the brain is a therapeutic option to reverse the behavioral decline related to Huntington disease, a study found.
The interaction between soluble forms of mutant huntingtin protein and key cellular organelles drives the initial steps of Huntington disease progression.
Males with diabetes seem to be more prone to have progressive demyelinating disorders, but more research is needed, a study found.
Plasma exchange is widely used and is safe to treat neurologic diseases such as myasthenia gravis and multiple sclerosis, a study found.
Patients with MG have significantly higher levels of neuroticism and significantly lower levels of openness and extraversion, a study found.
Myasthenia gravis can be managed with intensive care unit resources, according to a 20-year retrospective study.
There may be a possible physiologic link between myasthenia gravis and depression, according to a new case study.
Researchers developed an artificial intelligence-based tool that can measure ptosis, or eyelid drooping, in patients with myasthenia gravis.
Researchers described the case of a patient, with achalasia and cricopharyngeal sphincter dysfunction who was later diagnosed with MG.
There is not enough evidence to support the use of spinal cord stimulation over the current medical standard of care to reduce spasticity linked to MS.