Target musculature is the primary innervated muscle that produces the highest EMG amplitude and is the sole muscle grossly contracting with nerve stimulation
Articles tagged with "diagnosis"
Laboratory and imaging studies have limited value for the diagnosis of acute rhinosinusitis
There is strong support for CT neck scans for patients with newly diagnosed UVFP
Patterns of olfactory impairment do reflect underlying disease etiology
There is little evidence to support that UTE always requires tonsillectomy to rule out lymphoma
Patients with an unexplained, asymmetric sensorineural hearing loss are significantly more likely to have an abnormal MRI scan
Only approximately two-thirds of patients with non-invasive lesions are correctly identified as not having cancer by VS