Myographic


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My`o`graph´ic


a.1.Of or pertaining to myography.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Alternatively, myographic techniques can be utilized for monitoring the hand gestures and forces in a noninvasive way by detecting the muscular activities on the user forearm, so it is also possible to retrieve the motion intentions in case of disabled subjects.
Finally, a three-step artifact rejection algorithm was applied to minimize oculographic and myographic artifacts [23]: (1) components related to eye blinks, according to a visual inspection of the scalp maps and their temporal activations from independent component analysis (ICA), were discarded [24], (2) segmentation of each 3.5-second trial into one 1.5 s length trial ranging from 200 ms before stimulus onset to 1300 ms after stimulus onset, and (3) the thresholding of amplitude in each trial was established in five standard deviations of the signal.
In the myographic examination, the deltoid and abductor digiti minimi muscles from the upper extremity and vastus lateralis and gastrocnemius muscles from the lower extremity were examined.
Concluded, careful observation for return of nerve function and exploration at 3 and half to 4 months after injury, if there is still no clinical and electro myographic evidence of recovery at that time.
These results indicate that adenosine modulation of cholinergic nerve activity is severely impaired in postinflammation ileitis, as previously suggested using both myographic recordings and electrophysiology methods (see above).
Eye-blink (electrooculographic or myographic) activity was monitored using the fourth channel, with an electrode located superiorly and inferiorly to the left eye.