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- Electromyography is the principal tool used to investigate such differences." (The Musculature.
- Electromyography is the only helpful investigation; it usually demonstrates continuous motor unit activity in all patients.
- Electromyography is a sensitive diagnostic test for HIV-associated myopathy  and is particularly helpful in challenging cases.
- Electromyography is a diagnostic procedure that records muscle electrical potentials through a needle or small plate electrodes.
- Electromyography was performed in 12 patients.
- Intraoperative evoked electromyography in Bell's palsy.
- Stimulated single-fiber electromyography in Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome before and after 3,4-diaminopyridine.
- Single fibre electromyography is the most sensitive test ( 95%) in myasthenia gravis.
- While 90% show myotonia on electromyography, only 50% have percussion myotonia on examination.
- The authors conclude that all variety of bite registration techniques should be studied and compared using electromyography.
- Electromyography employs needle electrodes to record potentials in individual muscles.
- Stalberg E. Dynamic electromyography and muscle biopsy changes in a 4-year follow-up study of patients with a history of polio.
- Neuromuscular monitoring was recorded from the adductor pollicis muscle using electromyography with train-of-four stimulation of the ulnar nerve.
- EMG - Electromyography is a test used to discover diseases of the muscles, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves.
- Eleven days after admission to intensive care, electromyography (EMG) was performed and suggested acute toxic myopathy, possibly secondary to botulism.
- The use of electromyography of the masseter and anterior temporalis muscle to establish an index of chewing force is described.
- Coker NJ, Salzer TA. The use of masseter electromyography with electro-neurography in the evaluation of facial paralysis.
- Munro RR. Electromyography of the masseter and anterior temporalis muscles in patients with atypical facial pain.
- Electromyography of the masseter and suprahyoid musculature, jaw movement and joint sounds were recorded during 10 open-close-clench cycles.
- Electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction are generally normal.
- Electromyography and nerve conduction should confirm the tibial neuropathy.
- Electromyography and nerve conduction studies may be useful in diagnosing acute or chronic IDP.
- Croft AC: Electromyography and nerve conduction velocity studies in cervical spine disorders.
- Symptoms of pain, weakness, paresthesia, or palsy; physical exam findings; electromyography; and nerve conduction studies are used to make the diagnosis.
- Electromyography confirmed neurogenic involvement without any evidence of radiculopathy or neuropathy.
- His research interests include painful neuropathy, HIV neurology, and intraoperative electromyography.
- Lloyd A. Surface electromyography during sustained isometric contractions.
- Surface electromyography (sEMG) is a recent development emerging from the field of biofeedback.
- Jankelson, RR. Validity of surface electromyography as the "gold standard" for measuring muscle postural tonicity in TMD patients.
- This study underscores the importance of evoked electromyography, or electroneuronography, in assessing facial nerve function.
- Available tests include the nerve excitability test(NET), maximal stimulation test(MST), electroneuronography (ENog), and electromyography.
- Electromyography shows continuous motor unit activity.
- Electromyography (EMG) tests analyze nerve and muscle electrical activity.
- EMG (Electromyography): EMGs measure the electrical activity of the muscle during contraction and relaxation.
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