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Figure 2: Concomitant Illnesses in Crisis. (a) 49–year-old with ventricular bigeminy, (b) 62–year- old with junctional tachycardia aggravated by pyridostigmine, (c) 57-year-old with diffuse ST elevation and ECHO showing pericarditis, (d) 64-year-old with invasive thymoma and encephalopathy, MRI showing FLAIR sulcal changes in insular cortex and parieto-occipital lobes, (e) 23-year-old with MRI showing cervical cord hyperintensity, (f) 33-year-old with dyspnea and features of thymoma recurrence with superior vena cava syndrome and airway infiltration

Figure 2: Concomitant Illnesses in Crisis. (a) 49–year-old with ventricular bigeminy, (b) 62–year- old with junctional tachycardia aggravated by pyridostigmine, (c) 57-year-old with diffuse ST elevation and ECHO showing pericarditis, (d) 64-year-old with invasive thymoma and encephalopathy, MRI showing FLAIR sulcal changes in insular cortex and parieto-occipital lobes, (e) 23-year-old with MRI showing cervical cord hyperintensity, (f) 33-year-old with dyspnea and features of thymoma recurrence with superior vena cava syndrome and airway infiltration