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Concept Electromyography
Academic Article PET study of visually and non-visually guided finger movements in patients with severe pan-sensory neuropathies and healthy controls.
Academic Article The stiff-person syndrome: an autoimmune disorder affecting neurotransmission of gamma-aminobutyric acid.
Academic Article Clinical and electromyographic studies of postpoliomyelitis muscular atrophy.
Academic Article Understanding the immunopathogenesis of inclusion-body myositis: present and future prospects.
Academic Article Reversible axonal neuropathy from the treatment of AIDS and related disorders with 2',3'-dideoxycytidine (ddC).
Academic Article Chronic idiopathic ataxic neuropathy.
Academic Article New neuromuscular symptoms after old polio ("the post-polio syndrome"): clinical studies and pathogenetic mechanisms.
Academic Article Polyneuropathy with monoclonal gammopathy: studies of 11 patients.
Academic Article Phenotypic spectrum of disorders associated with glycyl-tRNA synthetase mutations.
Academic Article Early features of zidovudine-associated myopathy: histopathological findings and clinical correlations.
Academic Article Reinnervation in clinically unaffected muscles of patients with prior paralytic poliomyelitis. Correlation between macroelectromyography and histology.
Academic Article Terminal latency index in neuropathy with antibodies against myelin-associated glycoproteins.
Academic Article How to diagnose and treat the inflammatory myopathies.
Academic Article Electrophysiologic and histologic studies in clinically unaffected muscles of patients with prior paralytic poliomyelitis.
Academic Article Inclusion body myositis: no evidence for a neurogenic component.
Academic Article A long-term follow-up study of patients with post-poliomyelitis neuromuscular symptoms.
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