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Dr. Michael Munin discusses quantitative EMG in evidence-based medicine, and the identification of data points which support EMG diagnosis.
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Describe how to perform quantitative EMG
- Identify cases where EMG can be used in clinical practice
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- Barkhaus PE, Nandedkar SD. Serial quantitative electrophysiologic studies in sporadic inclusion body myositis. Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol. Mar-Apr 2007;47(2):97-104.
Dr. Munin has no relevant financial interests with the following proprietary entity or entities producing health care goods or services.
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Release Date: 9/4/2012 | Last Modified On: 7/14/2014 | Expires: 7/14/2015