My Transsternal Thymectomy Was a Positive Experience

My Transsternal Thymectomy Was a Positive Experience

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My Transsternal Thymectomy Was a Positive Experience

Shortly after I was diagnosed with myasthenia gravis (MG), the neurologist suggested I have a contrast CT scan of my chest. This would determine whether or not a thymectomy was necessary. My only memory of the CT scan was that the contrast made me feel like I’d peed my pants. I do, however, vividly remember opening and reading the report from the radiologist. It stated I had an enlarged thymus gland and recommended I have…

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