Clinical electrodiagnostic evaluation in exotic animal medicine

@inproceedings{Sims1996ClinicalEE,
  title={Clinical electrodiagnostic evaluation in exotic animal medicine},
  author={Michael H. Sims},
  year={1996}
}
Electrodiagnostic procedures are an important part of the diagnostic regimen for characterizing neural and neuromuscular disorders in exotic animal species. These techniques provide physiological information that is otherwise unavailable to the clinician. Electromyography together with electroneurography obviate conjectures about an animal's apparent inability to use certain muscles. Somatosensory-evoked potentials provide useful data about proprioceptive pathways, and electroencephalography is… CONTINUE READING

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