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diagnosis of neuromuscular disorders with the use of an electromyograph

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The pooled sensitivity and specificity of electrodiagnostic study using median sensory and mixed nerve conduction is around 0.
After the initial routine electrodiagnostic study, the patients were categorized into two groups (normal electrodiagnostic test and abnormal electrodiagnostic test) based on motor and sensory latency of median nerve.
In electrodiagnostic study, severe bilateral facial neuropathy with reduction in facial nerve compound muscle action potentials (CMAP) amplitude and severe denervation in needle electromyography (EMG) was present.
In an electrodiagnostic study of 1200 forearms in Japanese volunteers, Kayamori [39] found an MGA incidence of 9.
A standard electrodiagnostic study was performed using conventional techniques with a Medelec Synergy.