T/A-analysis with or without measuring force: problems in the evaluation of normal limits.

@article{Finsterer1994TAanalysisWO,
  title={T/A-analysis with or without measuring force: problems in the evaluation of normal limits.},
  author={Joseff Finsterer and Bruno Mamoli},
  journal={Electromyography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={215-24}
}
Turn/amplitude-analysis (TAA) has been applied to interference patterns of the right m. biceps brachii and the right m. rectus femoris of 33 healthy women aged 19 to 53 years. Interference patterns were recorded at 20, 40 and 60% +/- 10% of both muscles maximum force. The dependency of the turn/amplitude-parameters (T/A-parameters) on age, muscle and force is discussed. Normal limits for individual means of the T/A-parameters were calculated in form of the +/- 2 SD. Normal limits for single… CONTINUE READING

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