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Methodological survey of automatic EMG analysis

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Kopeć, J.: Methodological survey of automatic EMG analysis. Acta physiol, pol., 1988, 39(1): 20-29. This paper describes a methodological survey of different methods, manual and computer-aided for quantitative MUP analysis up to the present. Due to different recording techniques and facilities for signal analysis individual laboratories have developed their own methods. Although most of the methods are still in the research phase, they provide a valuable contribution to clinical possibilities. The most important effect of the computer in electromyography is the fact that it emphasizes a new trend in quantitative EMG analysis also in routine clinical assessment.
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  • Department of Neurology, School of Medicine, Warsaw, Poland
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