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A practical guide on how to perform and interpret Electromyographies (EMGs) in clinical practice. Starting with patient presentation, it: stresses needle placement, emphasizes practical study tips, and explains result interpretation. It is of interest to both trainees and to those in general practice that have no formal training in the techniques.
MD, Assistant Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Attending Neurologist, Neuromuscular Unit and EMG Laboratory, Massachusetts General Hospital||MD, Associate Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Attending Neurologist, Massachusetts General Hospital|MBBS (Hons class I); PhD; FRACP, Associate Professor of Neurology, Sydney Medical School, Westmead, University of Sydney, Director of Neurophysiology, Westmead Hospita