Fisher Syndrome Can Co-occur With Asymptomatic LEMS

Fisher Syndrome Can Co-occur With Asymptomatic LEMS

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Fisher Syndrome Can Co-occur With Asymptomatic LEMS

Symptoms of Fisher syndrome can lead doctors to also diagnose asymptomatic Lambert‐Eaton myasthenic syndrome (LEMS), according to a case study in Japan. The report, “A case presenting electrophysiological and immunological characteristics of Fisher syndrome and Lambert‐Eaton myasthenic syndrome,” was published in the journal Muscle & Nerve. LEMS mainly affects muscles in the lower limbs and is characterized by muscle weakness in the legs that spreads to the arms and shoulders. People with LEMS often experience weakening…

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