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Effect of temperature on neuromuscular transmission in the Eaton-Lambert syndrome
  1. C. D. Ward,
  2. N. M. F. Murray
  1. Department of Neurological Science, Royal Free Hospital, London
  2. Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, National Hospital for Nervous Diseases, London


    A patient with the Eaton-Lambert syndrome is described in whom no associated condition was discovered. There was clinical and electrical evidence that the defect in neuromuscular transmission became more severe as local temperature was raised.

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