This book is a review of basic physiology, pathophysiology, clinical symptoms and diagnostic methods with emphasis on electrophysiology in disorders of muscle and neuromuscular junction, including fatigue. The strength of the volume lies in its coverage of the field from basic science to clinical aspects. Its main focus is the place of electrophysiological methods. This broad presentation of the various topics is aimed at stimulating the reader to efficiently use electrophysiology in diagnosis and future development in the field.
"This Handbook has been well produced with universally clear line diagrams of neurophysiological recordings. ...It fulfils the aim of providing the information necessary to understand and assess muscle and neuromuscular junction disease, and contains much more that will be of use to practising and trainee neurophysiologists."
NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS, 2004
Edited by E. Stalberg, Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, Center of Clinical Neuroscience, Uppsala University Hospital, Uppsala, Sweden
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