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Wrist – Hand

Surface Recording Technique, Study from Median Thenar (MT) and Ulnar Thenar (UT) Muscles
  • Giuliano Gentili
  • Mario Di Napoli
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Abstract

Original Settings: Sensitivity was 5 mV/division, low-frequency filter was 10 Hz, high-frequency filter was 10 kHz, sweep speed was 2–5 ms/division, and duration of pulse was 0.2 ms. The machine used was not specified.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Giuliano Gentili
    • 1
  • Mario Di Napoli
    • 1
  1. 1.Neurological Service S. Camillo de’ Lellis General HospitalRietiItaly

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