Electromyography in Clinical Practice: Clinical and Electrodiagnostic Aspects of Neuromuscular Disease
A concise and practical guide to the electrodiagnostic procedures in current use for the investigation of patients with neuromuscular disease. Covers basic and clinical aspects of these diseases and related electrodiagnostic techniques, with special sections focusing on nerves in the upper limbs, cranial nerves, and the central nervous system.
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