Worse Post-surgery Prognosis for MG Patients With Other Diseases

Worse Post-surgery Prognosis for MG Patients With Other Diseases

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Worse Post-surgery Prognosis for MG Patients With Other Diseases

People with generalized myasthenia gravis (MG) who have other diseases, or comorbidities, have a worse prognosis and are less likely to go into remission after thymus removal than those without other medical conditions. Those were the findings of a recent study that followed patients for about nine years after undergoing surgery to remove the thymus gland. The researchers said these findings suggest that the presence of other medical conditions might have an effect on MG…

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