An electromyographic protocol that distinguishes spasticity from dystonia.

@article{Beattie2016AnEP,
  title={An electromyographic protocol that distinguishes spasticity from dystonia.},
  author={Cammie Beattie and Mark E. Gormley and Roy A Wervey and Heather R Wendorf},
  journal={Journal of pediatric rehabilitation medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={125-32}
}
PURPOSE The purpose of this proof of concept study is to demonstrate that electromyographic (EMG) activation patterns of leg muscles differ predictably among patients with predominantly spasticity, patients with predominantly dystonia, and typically developing control subjects during rest, volitional movement, and passively induced movement. METHODS Eight control subjects, 6 subjects with dystonia, and 7 subjects with spasticity were recruited, ages 6-25 years. Surface EMG sensors were… CONTINUE READING
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