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Intrigued by the recent assertion that the “ice-on-eyes” test is 100% specific for myasthenia gravis,1–3 we performed this test in a patient presenting with partial ophthalmoplegia and unilateral ptosis due to Miller Fisher syndrome. This was a 24-year-old female who developed a diarrhoeal illness lasting several days. A right ptosis developed 10 days later, and …