Last updated: Friday, 06, August, 2010
Key InformationAppropriate Tests

Myasthenia gravis 

Diagnosis is based on clinical assessment, neurophysiological studies and the presence of acetylcholine receptor antibodies or MUSK antibodies.

  • Thymoma¬†

Skeletal muscle antibodies define a subset of patients with myasthenia gravis who have a higher risk of thymoma.

  • Thymic hyperplasia

Eaton-Lambert syndrome