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- is sold under the trade names Tensilon and Enlon (according to FDA Orange Book). Edrophonium (by the so-called Tensilon test) is used to differentiate...
- Tensilon test (edrophonium test) is a pharmacological test used for the diagnosis of certain neural diseases, especially myasthenia gravis. It is also...
- particular type of ptosis is distinguished from the others with the help of a Tensilon test and blood tests. Also, specific to myasthenia gravis is the fact that...
- Physician. Versa Press. p. 151. ISBN 1-930513-59-3. "Determination That TENSILON and TENSILON Preservative Free (Edrophonium Chloride) Injectable and Other Drug...
- 1258/shorts.2009.090037. PMC 2984327. PMID 21103106. MedlinePlus Encyclopedia: Tensilon test Spillane, J.; Higham, E.; Kullmann, D. M. (21 December 2012). "Myasthenia...
- distinguished from myasthenia gravis by the use of the drug edrophonium (Tensilon) as it only worsens the paralysis caused by cholinergic crisis but strengthens...
- drooping is often bilateral. It is sometimes done in conjunction with tensilon test, where edrophonium is injected to look for reversibility of eyelid...
- conduction test (electromyography, or EMG), and an edrophonium chloride (Tensilon) test for myasthenia gravis. A definite diagnosis can be made if botulinum...
- worsens during the day (with increasing extraocular muscle fatigue). A tensilon (edrophonium chloride) test can be used, which temporarily blocks the breakdown...
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