Early Swallowing Difficulty Tied to Worse Outcomes

Early Swallowing Difficulty Tied to Worse Outcomes

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Early Swallowing Difficulty Tied to Worse Outcomes

People with myasthenia gravis (MG) who have difficulty swallowing are more likely to have poor clinical outcomes, according to a recent study. Data from the study also indicates that low levels of albumin — a protein found in the blood that helps transporting hormones and other key molecules in the bloodstream — are associated with worse MG-related outcomes. The clinical research short report, “Assessment of clinical factors affecting outcome of myasthenia gravis,” was published in…

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