Motor Disorders

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David S. Younger
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1999 - Medical - 548 pages
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This volume offers practical guidance in the diagnosis and treatment of motor disorders. The book is the first to bring together, in one convenient source, the entire spectrum of motor disorders caused by various etiologies, from spinal cord injuries to muscular dystrophy and Parkinson's disease. It will thus be extremely helpful in situations where the cause of a patient's motor dysfunction is difficult to determine. The material is logically organized for easy information retrieval.

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Overview of Motor Disorders
Basic Principles and Practice of Electromyography
Electrophysiology of the Motor Unit

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