AChR- Acetyl Choline Receptor Antibodies Test51+ booked in last 3 days
This test detects and measures Acetylcholine Receptor antibodies in the blood.
Frequently Asked Questions
To help diagnose a condition called “myasthenia gravis (MG)” that results from the immune attack to the receptors, and to distinguish between MG and other conditions with overlapping symptoms.
Your doctor may recommend this test for you if you are suffering from myasthenia gravis (MG). the symptoms include:
- Shortness of breath.
- Trouble while speaking
- Baggy eyelids.
- Unsteady walk.
- Weakness in the arms, legs, neck, and fingers.
Acetylcholine receptor (AChR) antibodies are antibodies produced by the immune against its own proteins system (called autoantibodies), mistakenly produced by the immune system to target proteins called acetylcholine receptors that are located on skeletal muscles. This test checks and measures AChR antibodies in the blood.
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