Proper identification and activation of muscles is critical for assessment of needle EMG recordings. Dr Barkhaus methodically explains muscle identification using the anatomic landmarks and palpation. Upon identifying the site of needle insertion, live EMG signals are seen as the subject activates and relaxes the muscle. This collection of 75+ videos covers the routinely tested muscles from upper limb, lower limb, neck, face and back (paraspinal). Dr Margret Roberts make an important contribution by discussing the pelvic floor muscles. Muscles used for chemo-denervation and some uncommon muscles are also included. The pictures show surface and cross sectional anatomy. A textbook in electronic format is also included for those who like printed copies.
Author(s) : Paul E. Barkhaus, M.D.; Sanjeev D. Nandedkar, Ph.D.
Contributor(s) : Margaret M. Roberts, M.D., Ph.D.
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