How Should We Manage False-Positive Myasthenia Gravis Antibody Studies?
False-positive autoantibody tests for myasthenia gravis occur in a small number of patients who undergo broad screening for autoimmune disorders affecting the peripheral and central nervous system. Careful investigation of clinical and electrophysiological features of each patient will determine the validity of these tests.
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