Thymectomy delivers long term for myasthenia gravis

Thymectomy may continue to benefit patients with myasthenia gravis 5 years after the procedure. Patients who underwent thymectomy had better long-term clinical outcomes and required less prednisone. Read the full article here:


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  1. I have myasthenia gravis had a thymectomy back in February 2016 symptoms went away for about 2 months and came back with a vengeance. I was hospitalized 3 months after having the surgery and 4 more times in the same year.

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