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Electrophysiological assessment in Guillain-Barré syndrome in adults Estudio electrodiagnóstico en síndrome de Guillain Barré en adultos
(Sociedad de Neurologia Psiquiatria y Neurocirugia, 2016)
Guillain Barré syndrome is an acute polyradiculoneuropathy with different forms of presentation and is currently the leading cause of acute arreflexic paralysis in the world, its diagnosis is clinical and additional assesment ...
Effect of occlusion on joint sounds in asymptomatic individuals.
Occlusion is a predisposing factor for Temporomandibular Dysfunctions (TMD) of the joint, whose first sign and/or symptom is usually joint sound. To verify the effect of occlusion on joint sounds, temporomandibular joints ...
Mandible protrusion and decrease of TMJ sounds: An electrovibratographic examination
This study quantified by, electrovibratography, the amount of mandible protrusion required to decrease significantly temporomandibular joint (TMJ) vibratory energy as an aid in the diagnosis of the recapture of anteriorly ...
Time - Frequency analysis of biosignals
Compression of the peripheral branches of the sciatic nerve by lipoma
The authors report two female patients with chronic sensitive and motor findings in lower limbs caused by compression of distal branches of sciatic nerve by lipoma. Similar eases were not described on literature. Nerve ...
Correlation Between Nervous Accommodation, Symptomatology, and Histology of Normal and Pathologic Tooth Pulp: Its Application to Electrodiagnosis
Nervous accommodation of the sensitive elements of the pulp was determined in 152 teeth by measuring the accommodation index with 2 exponentially increasing currents -of different rise-times.Thirty-five teeth with pulpal ...