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    Neuro Q23

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    ) In patients with Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome, Ca++ channel function at presynaptic terminals is disrupted. If you recorded postsynaptic mini end-plate potentials in biopsy samples from these patients, the potentials:
    A) Would have a smaller-than-normal amplitude
    B) Would have a normal amplitude
    C) Would have a larger-than-normal amplitude

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