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October 1958


AMA Arch Intern Med. 1958;102(4):583. doi:10.1001/archinte.1958.00260210069011

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In the article "Studies in Myasthenia Gravis," by Dr. Kermit E. Osserman and colleagues in the July, 1958, issue of the Archives, a line of type was transposed in the first paragraph under "Symptomatology." The first two sentences of that paragraph should read: Table 1 summarizes all the initial symptoms present as well as all those that occurred subsequently during the course of the disease, although not necessarily present at one time. Fourteen per cent of the patients had subjective sensory complaints, such as nonspecific pain, cramps, headaches, and paresthesias."

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