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A case of bilateral ptosis of hysteric origin has been reported. It has been stressed that difficulty may arise in differentiating hysterical ptosis frommyasthenia gravis. Positive prostigmine or neostigmine test as such, without other characteristic features of the disease is not diagnostic ofmyasthenia gravis.
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