Neuromuscular diseases are common and include chronic autoimmune disorders such as myasthenia gravis, acute demyelinating disorders like Guillain Barre, paraneoplastic disorders, and toxidromes such as botulism. The presentation of many neuromuscular diseases can be subtle: diffuse weakness, subtle swallowing difficulty, or double vision. Many patients do not present until its nearly too late, and timely diagnosis can lead to rapid stabilization of airway, autonomics, and other potentially lethal complications and expedited treatment of the underlying cause.

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