• Principles of electro-diagnosis
• How to write EMG report
• Basic and advanced nerve conduction studies (including late responses and repetitive nerve stimulation)
• Basics on Electromyography (spontaneous activity patterns and Motor unit action potential analysis)
• Mononeuropathies of upper and lower extremities including facial nerve
• Disorders of the motor neurons
• Disorders of the neuromuscular junction
• Single fiber EM
• Autonomic studies
• Somatosensory evoked potentials
• Intraoperative monitoring.
This easily readable book describes a practical approach to electrodiagnostic medicine. Replete with well-curated figures, the relevant principles and procedures are clearly described and portrayed, including the anatomical details needed for successful nerve conduction studies and needle electrode examination. Numerous summary tables also convey key information in a concise and easily accessible manner. The reader is also able to reinforce understanding of the various topics through high-yield sample cases which are presented and discussed at the end of chapters.
Electrodiagnostic Medicine, A Practical Approach is ideal reading for budding, junior as well as more experienced electrodiagnosticians, particularly those in the field neurology and physiatry.