Fifty-four thymus glands removed surgically from patients with myasthenia gravis were examined using an accurate morphometric technique and the data compared with the response to thymectomy. There is a tendency for patients with relatively unreactive thymus glands to obtain a better result from thymectomy but this is not statistically significant.
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