1976
DOI: 10.1001/archneur.1976.00500110062013
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Abstract: The editor will be pleased to receive correspondence of 250 words or less that pertains to material published in the Archivesor to other matters of interest to its readers. Letters should be type-written double-spaced and should be clearly marked "For Publication." No more than 5 references are permitted and illustrations and tables are acceptable only when essential to the message.

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“…Transient exacerbations have been reported with initiation of corticosteroid therapy, but the ultimate response is good 70. The mechanism is not clear (see Myasthenia Gravis subsection).…”
Section: Corticosteroid Treatment Of Neuromuscular Disordersmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Transient exacerbations have been reported with initiation of corticosteroid therapy, but the ultimate response is good 70. The mechanism is not clear (see Myasthenia Gravis subsection).…”
Section: Corticosteroid Treatment Of Neuromuscular Disordersmentioning
confidence: 99%