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Population for Whom Myasthenia Gravis Could Be Considered
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Also known as "enhanced ptosis" or "paradoxic ptosis", the curtain sign is usually observed in patients with some initial ptosis. The patient looks...
Also known as "enhanced ptosis" or "paradoxic ptosis", the curtain sign is usually observed in patients with some initial ptosis. The patient looks straight ahead and refrains from blinking. The examiner holds one eye open, which results in the other lid starting to droop more (like a curtain falling).
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