|Results: The neurologist confirmed the absent deep tendon reflexes and proximal muscle weakness. An electromyographic study showed a progressive increase in the size of the muscle action potential on repeated nerve stimulation at rates above 10 per second. He informs you that the patient has Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome.|
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