Neurological vs musculoskeletal or both case study

Jul 29th, 2016
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The patient is a 23-year-old administrative assistant who complains of intermittent muscle weakness in her face that has been getting worse over the past 3 months. She also states that as she chews, her jaws feel tired. Swallowing has also become difficult. She reports episodes of double vision (diplopia), which seems to occur after reading for a few minutes in the late evening. With certain strenuous activities or after typing for long periods of time at work, she reports problems with bilateral arm weakness.

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1. This patient has a neuromuscular disorder. The possible neuromuscular condition to thepatient is Myasthenia Gravis. Due to which the patient is experiencing these symptoms. It isa neuromuscular condition because there is a defect in the transmission of the nerveimpulses to muscles, with interr

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