Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
|Title:||Sensory aspects in myasthenia gravis : A translational approach|
|Authors:||Leon Sarmiento, Fidias E.|
Leon Ariza, Juan S.
Prada, Diddier G.
Leon Ariza, Daniel S.
Rizzo Sierra, Carlos V.
|Abstract:||Myasthenia gravis is a paradigmatic muscle disorder characterized by abnormal fatigue and muscle weakness that worsens with activities and improves with rest. Clinical and research studies done on nicotinic acetylcholine receptors have advanced our knowledge of the muscle involvement in myasthenia. Current views still state that sensory deficits are not “features of myasthenia gravis”. This article discusses the gap that exists on sensory neural transmission in myasthenia that has remained after > 300 years of research in this neurological disorder. We outline the neurobiological characteristics of sensory and motor synapses, reinterpret the nanocholinergic commonalities that exist in both sensory and motor pathways, discuss the clinical findings on altered sensory pathways in myasthenia, and propose a novel way to score anomalies resulting from multineuronal inability associated sensory troubles due to eugenic nanocholinergic instability and autoimmunity. This medicine-based evidence could serve as a template to further identify novel targets for studying new medications that may offer a better therapeutic benefit in both sensory and motor dysfunction for patients. Importantly, this review may help to re-orient current practices in myasthenia.|
|Appears in Collections:||DCABA. Artículos de Investigación|
Files in This Item:
|Sensory aspects in myasthenia gravis. A translational approach.pdf||260.33 kB||Adobe PDF|
This item is licensed under a Creative Commons License