I also did the ice test and noticed an elevation of both lids, does that mean I have ocular myasthenia gravis? I have no other symptoms other than ptosis more left than right, and no family history of MG. If mullerectomy is a good option for the ptosis relapsing, would it help my eyelids to feel lighter and without my pupils being partially covered?
Is Mullerectomy an Option After Levator Resection Relapse Post Op 2 Years?
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Mullerectomy could be a good ptosis repair option
you could likely benefit from a mullerectomy, have your surgeon place phenylephrine drop preoperatively to see if the lid goes up. As for the MG, the ice test i snot definitive, you would need blood markers checked and a tensilon test.
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