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EMG

 (ē′ĕm′jē′)
n.
An electromyogram.
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Noun1.EMG - a graphical record of electric currents associated with muscle contractions
myogram - a graphical recording of muscle activity
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EMG

V. electromyography.
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The basic recordings included electroencephalogram (F3-A2, F4-A1, C3-A2, C4-A1, O1-A2, and O2-A1), electrooculogram (EOG, LOC-A2, and ROC-A1), chin EMG, electrocardiogram, nasal-oral pressure transducer airflow, thermal oronasal airflow, thoracic and abdominal respiratory efforts, oxyhemoglobin saturation, snoring sound, and body position.
In this paper, a EMG amplifier circuit is designed and SEMG signals acquired to monitor and evaluate the changes in EMG parameters of muscles of low extremities.
The aim of our study was to evaluate the potential role of electromyographic (EMG) blink reflex in establishing diagnosis of headache and evaluation of trigeminal nerve dysfunction as the possible underlying pathomorphological headache mechanism (12-14).
EMG is the measure of electrical potential present on the skin in consequence to a muscle contraction that represents the neuromuscular activities [26].
Egyptian Dolphinus was the party to contract with Delek and Noble to transmit gas through the EMG, of which 39% was acquired.
Thus, the aims of this study were: 1) to analyze the effects of conscious abdominal contraction on the EMG of the periscapular muscles during two isometric exercise variations (bilateral and 3-point push-ups); and 2) to correlate the EMG of the abdominal and periscapular muscles in both exercise variations.
EMG Solicitors has also been listed in tier 3 in the family section and is singled out for the fact it "provides an excellent service to private clients seeking advice and representation in all family law matters -- ranging from financial remedies, child arrangement orders and injunctions through to parental orders in surrogacy cases."
EMG Solicitors has also been listed in tier 3 in the family section and is singled out for the fact it "provides an excellent service to private clients seeking advice and representation in all family law matters - ranging from financial remedies, child arrangement orders and injunctions through to parental orders in surrogacy cases."
Current literature regarding the reliability of EMG to the upper limb, specific to the shoulder complex is very limited.
Electrodiagnostic records of patients within the age range of 0-15 years, who had been referred to our electromyography laboratory (EMG) between January 2004 and June 2013 with various preliminary diagnoses from different departments and centers, were retrospectively assessed.
For instance, EMG electrodes can impede movement in some cases or detach from the skin altogether, and wires may need to be carefully secured in order to minimize movement artefact (Clancy et al., 2002).