Automated localization of nerve damage: hypothesis, technique and performance appraisal.

  • Israel Yaar
  • Published 2002 in
    Journal of electromyography and kinesiology…

Abstract

Needle-EMG is a common procedure performed and relied on by neurologists, physiatrists and neurosurgeons to localize focal nerve damage. However, despite its popularity, there is no standardization of this diagnostic process rendering it error prone. An automated diagnostic program may help the electromyographer by providing an objective second opinion and… (More)

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