EEG–EMG, MEG–EMG and EMG–EMG frequency analysis: physiological principles and clinical applications

@article{Grosse2002EEGEMGMA,
  title={EEG–EMG, MEG–EMG and EMG–EMG frequency analysis: physiological principles and clinical applications},
  author={P. Grosse and M. J. Cassidy and P. Brown},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={113},
  pages={1523-1531}
}
The fact that muscle discharge tends to be rhythmic has been known for 200 years. William Wollaston, using a precursor of the stethoscope, was the first to describe this in 1810 (Wollaston, 1810). He determined the rhythm to be in the beta band by comparing the pitch of the sound picked up over his muscles with that from a horse drawn carriage driven over the cobbled streets of London at different speeds. A century later, the pioneering German neurophysiologist, Hans Piper, delineated a further… CONTINUE READING
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