Technique for physiological examination of canine skeletal muscle in vivo.

Abstract

A technique is described for studying the physiological function of canine skeletal muscle in vivo. The contractile properties of the tarsal flexor muscles were examined in three beagle dogs under general anaesthesia. The force responses to electrical stimulation of the common peroneal nerve were measured at various frequencies to determine the frequency… (More)

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