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diagnosis of neuromuscular disorders with the use of an electromyograph

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Electromyography (EMG) is effective at monitoring the progression of true labor, because it can detect "the changes in cell excitability and coupling necessary for effective contractions," said Dr.
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Observations on muscle pain in man, with particular reference to pain during needle electromyography.
The set-up combines a motion-capture system called iotracker with electromyography, a technique for monitoring electrical signals in skeletal muscles.
With electromyography we can break down every movement and show the client what needs to be changed, whether for better general health or improving athletic performance.
12 weeks of training has had significant effect on the Amplitude of electromyography signal of (VL) muscle (p =0.
One patient who was scanned using the Electromyography (EMG) machine contacted the Examiner to say she had received the letter, but did not want to be identified.
Cram's introduction to surface electromyography, 2d ed.
The surface electromyography (EMG) is a method used to analyze muscular condition during rest or functional activities.
We expect that SMG could be used together with electromyography to provide more accurate prosthetic control.
Historically, the best tool available to the clinician for examining muscle activity has been electromyography (EMG).
As specified in the case report, the patient did not undergo electromyography because, before performing invasive examinations, such as electromyography and muscle biopsy, and in the suspicion of a possible involvement of Remifemin[R], we preferred to try to stop the therapy.
She assessed thumb movements with a so-called electrogoniometer, and the muscular activity through electromyography (using electrodes to measure electrical activity in muscles).
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JS, a 58-year-old man, was diagnosed with an inflammatory myopathy on the basis of: proximal weakness, elevated creatinine kinase (CK) (7 000) and a myopathic picture on electromyography.