- Q What are the symptoms of myasthenia gravis?
Myasthenia gravis causes muscle weakness. Although the weakness can involve any and all of the muscles that you have voluntary control over, it most commonly affects the muscles of the eye, face, throat, arm, and leg. Symptoms may include: Eyelids that... Full Answer
- Q How is myasthenia gravis diagnosed?
If your doctor suspects that you have myasthenia gravis based on your muscle weakness symptoms, you may have to take some tests to confirm the diagnosis. These may include: Electromyography (EMG): A wire electrode that runs down into your muscle is used... Full Answer
- Q What is myasthenia gravis?
Myasthenia gravis is an autoimmune disorder due to a problem in communication between nerves and muscles. The resulting muscle weakness can involve any and all of the muscles that you have voluntary control over, but it most commonly occurs in the eyes,... Full Answer