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“The Neurology” is an open access neurology. Here neurologist, psychiatrist, physicians and patients can view the content, written by professional neurologists, covering the vast spectrum of neurologic diseases, diagnosis and treatment. Use of this site implies acceptance of our Terms & Conditions. Qualified neurologists are invited to contribute their content to the “The Neurology” site.

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Featured Articles

Causes of High serum CK levels

  • Muscular dystrophies
  • Inflammatory myopathies
  • Toxic myopathies
  • Metabolic myopathies
  • Mitochondrial myopathies
  • Myoglobinuria

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Featured Question

QUESTION: Which is the most sensitive test for MG? (May-2010 AIIMS, Dec-2008 AIIMS, May-2006 AIIMS, May-2005 AIIMS)
  1. SFEMG
  2. RNST
  3. Edrophonium
  4. Anti-AChR antibody

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Assigned Question

Question: Which of the following test is the most sensitive test for Myasthenia Gravis:

B.   Edrophonium test
C.   RNS
D.   MuSK