A positron emission tomography study of voluntarily and electrically contracted human quadriceps.

@article{Vanderthommen1997APE,
  title={A positron emission tomography study of voluntarily and electrically contracted human quadriceps.},
  author={Marc Vanderthommen and J. C. Depresseux and Philippe Bauvir and Christian Degueldre and Guy Delfiore and J. M. H. Peters and Francis E. Sluse and J. M. Crielaard},
  journal={Muscle & nerve},
  year={1997},
  volume={20 4},
  pages={
          505-7
        }
}
Within the domain of physical therapy, it has been mum isometric voluntary torque (MIVT) from each quadriceps. proposed that electrical stimulation programs might Then, MBF and MMRO2 were evaluated by PET be beneficial toward minimizing both muscular atroduring a bilateral simultaneous isometric exercise, phy and loss of oxidative capacity as a result of patient using ES (three excitative electrodes; pulse freimmobilization.5 quency 5 50 Hz; pulse width 5 0.25 ms) on one Within the fundamental… CONTINUE READING
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