Classification of surgical procedures for myasthenia gravis in the American myasthenia gravis Foundation

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In 2000, the myasthenia gravis Foundation (MGFA) surgery method of myasthenia gravis and resection of the clinical classification of unified

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In 2000, the myasthenia gravis Foundation (MGFA) surgery method of myasthenia gravis and resection of the clinical classification of unified, measurement methods, patient assessment of treatment status classification problems are relatively standardized guidelines (TaskForceetal2000). MGFA specific classification of surgical treatment of myasthenia gravis is as follows:

number

Operation mode

T-1

Cervical approach thymectomy

A

Primary resection

B

Extended resection

C

Expand the scope of resection and partial sternotomy

D

Expand the scope of resection combined with endoscopic assisted

T-2

Video-assisted thoracoscopic thymectomy

A

Classic video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (Dan Ce) (VATS)

B

Bilateral video-assisted thoracoscopic thymectomy, neck dissection (VATET)

C

Unilateral video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery

D

Bilateral video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery

T-3

Thymectomy via sternum

A

Primary resection

B

Extended resection

T-4

Combined cervical approach

Specific excision range see figure below:

 

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