RRNMF Neuromuscular Journal Volume 4, Number 2 has been published


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What’s On Your Mind?
Letter from the Founding Facilitator
Richard J. Barohn, MD

Access to Healthcare: More primary care and no financial barriers for anyone
Joshua Freeman, MD

Dr. Louis Tompkins Wright: One of the early Black men in white coats
Richard J. Barohn, MD

Women’s History Month Vignettes
Richard J. Barohn, MD

Clinic stuff
Cryptococcal Meningitis in an immunocompetent male: Case report
Keela R. Scott MD, Caitlyn J. Smith BS, Daniel R. Walker MD, Belinda R. Fender MD

A novel MUSK mutation in a patient with CMS9
Jeffrey L. Elliott MD

Myasthenia Gravis exacerbation following BRAF and MEK inhibitor therapy
Jeremy Hill MD, Yuebing Li MD PhD

Numb Chin Syndrome: Atypical presentation of metastatic breast cancer
Britta L. Bureau MD, Jennifer M. Connelly MD, Paul E. Barkhaus MD, Ryan Brennan DO

New stuff
Poor response to Eculizumab in Caucasian patients with treatment refractory generalized
myasthenia gravis: A case series
Nakul Katyal MD, Raghav Govindarajan MD

Two new rare pathogenic variants in DES gene causing distal myofibrillar myopathy
Olimpia Carbunar MD, Sakir Humayun Gultekin MD FCAP, Mario A. Saporta MD PhD MBA FAAN

Quantitative sensory testing in a large cohort of neuropathy patients: QST in neuropathy
Alexis A. Lizarraga MD MS, Salman Bhai MD, Gil Wolfe MD, Laura Herbelin, Sharon Nations MD,
Morgan McCreary PhD, David Saperstein MD, Richard J. Barohn MD

Facial onset sensory and motor neuronopathy: A case series and literature review
Jonathan Morena DO, Hera A. Kamdar MD, Rabia Yasin MD, J. Chad Hoyle MD,
Adam Quick MD, Stephen J. Kolb PhD

CD20-mediated B cell depletion in acetylcholine receptor autoantibody-positive myasthenia gravis
Panagiotis Kanatas MD, Kevin C. O’Connor PhD, Panos Stathopoulous MD PhD

Art and other good stuff
Survival of the Fittest
Elizabeth S. Rowe PhD MBA, Vernon Rowe MD

Under the Watchful Eye of the Knife
Michael Abraham MD

Internal Medicine: A short story written during medical school
Vincent Czerwinski