LEMS is at least ten times less common than MG. Although muscle weakness is the main problem, it fluctuates less than in MG. Whereas MG particularly affects the eye, face, neck and chest movements, LEMS show a more bottom-up pattern, the legs feel heavy initially and upper body symptoms around the arms and face follow later. Very often there are also problems with ‘automatic’ bodily functions.
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