A. Lambert-Eaton Syndrome.
B. Alzeihmer’s disease.
D. Huntington’s disease.
The picture shown above represents Ptosis (eye drooping).
Ptosis (eye drooping) in Lambert-Eaton Syndrome, is not that severe or prominent compared to patients who have myasthenia gravis. Diplopia or double-vision is somehow prominent.
The Lambert-Eaton syndrome (LES), which is also associated with myasthenic syndrome, is a rare autoimmune disease that affects the neuromuscular process. Because the condition has similarities with the autoimmune disease myasthenia gravi, it is also identified as the Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome.
By definition, the syndrome is characterized by muscle weakness primarily caused by interference in the neuromuscular junction. This should not be confused with Kearns-Sayre syndrome (KSS), which mainly affects the eyes and heart and which also causes weakness.