Older Late-onset Patients Have Overall Positive Prognosis

Older Late-onset Patients Have Overall Positive Prognosis

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Older Late-onset Patients Have Overall Positive Prognosis

Patients who start experiencing symptoms of myasthenia gravis (MG) after age 65 have an overall good prognosis and response to immunosuppressive treatments, according to a recent Canadian study. In addition, the presence of other medical conditions, or comorbidities, had no effect on the severity of MG symptoms or on the clinical outcomes of these patients. The study with those findings, “Clinical profile and impact of co-morbidities in patients with very-late onset myasthenia gravis,” was published…

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