Increased jitter and blocking in normal muscles due to doubly innervated muscle fibers.

Abstract

Increased jitter and intermittent impulse blocking in electromyographic (EMG) signals are considered evidence of transmission abnormality and are not usually associated with normal muscle. However, motor unit action potentials (MUAPs) that exhibit increased jitter and blocking have recently been shown to occur in the brachioradialis muscles of… (More)

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@article{Lateva2003IncreasedJA, title={Increased jitter and blocking in normal muscles due to doubly innervated muscle fibers.}, author={Zoia C. Lateva and Kevin C. McGill and Mary Elise Johanson}, journal={Muscle & nerve}, year={2003}, volume={28 4}, pages={423-31} }