Do You Have Seronegative MG? How Were You Diagnosed?
Seronegative MG is a type of MG in which the individual does not have detectable AchR and MuSK antibodies in their blood. Therefore a diagnosis of seronegative MG becomes more complicated. MG could be critically dismissed if these tests aren’t done after blood work with typical results.
Do you have the type seronegative MG? What test(s) were used to reach a confirmed diagnosis?
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