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Hemoglobin near-infrared spectroscopy and surface EMG study in muscle ischaemia and fatiguing isometric contraction.
Surface EMG and hemoglobin NIR spectroscopy can be applied simultaneously to evaluate both fatigue intensity and blood flow changes in striated muscle.
Peripheral nerve conduction velocity in normal infants and children
The motor conduction velocity values significantly rise for the median and ulnar nerves up to 1 year, for the peroneal nerve up to 3 years and the sensory conduction Velocity values of median nerve increase significantly up to 6 years.
The Nociceptive Flexion Reflex as a Tool for Exploring Pain Control Systems in Headache and Other Pain Syndromes
Nociceptive flexor reflexes appear to be interesting for studying the pathophysiology of head pain mechanisms and possibly for evaluating analgesic treatment.
Twitch response of striated muscle in patients with progressive external ophthalmoplegia, mitochondrial myopathy and focal cytochrome c-oxidase deficiency
Some aspects of the contractile properties of skeletal muscle in patients with progressive external ophthalmoplegia (PEO), mitochondrial myopathy and focal cytochrome c-oxidase deficiency were
Myasthenic decrement and myasthenic myopathy. A study on the effects of thymectomy.
The typical myasthenic presynaptic disorders were improved by thymectomy, while signs of myasthensic myopathy were apparently increased and the process of 'functional myopathophanerosis' is discussed and explained.
Hemifacial spasm associated with dolichomegavertebrobasilar anomaly.
Classical electromyographic examinations, and methods used to study the blink reflex, seem to rule out the hypothesis of a brain stem involvement as the only and sufficient pathologic mechanism, and the peripheral pathogenesis is the most likely one.