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Transient eyelid retraction in myasthenia gravis.
  1. J E Puklin,
  2. J G Sacks,
  3. B Boshes

    Abstract

    Three patients with myasthenia gravis had transient retraction of the upper eyelids which usually followed prolonged upgaze and which persisted for many seconds. This could result from post-tetanic facilitation, myotonia, or a transient contracture. Retraction of this type is to be distinguished from both the long-standing unilateral retraction associated with ptosis of the contralateral eyelid and the fleeting lid twitch sign.

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