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- abbr. electromyogram
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- n. a graphical record of electric currents associated with muscle contractions
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An electrical device called an intraoperative EMG is used to guide the surgeon.
"EMG" - in which it holds a 12.5% interest - has taken legal action against two Egyptian state-owned entities and an Israeli entity.
The EMG is a common test that's used for a variety of reasons, so most doctors should be familiar with it, though some are still hesitant to use it.
Today I had a test (called EMG which stands for electromyography) done to my right hand, that's where I'm feeling pins and needles, tingles and numbness.
"EMG", in which Ampal has a 12.5% interest, that contrary to some media reports, EMG's gas pipeline from El-Arish, Egypt to Ashkelon, Israel is intact, and was not damaged by the explosion at a gas metering station in Egypt yesterday.
"EMG", in which Ampal has a 12.5% interest, that EMG signed five Gas
Thirdly, they are prone to interference from other biological potentials (such as EMG), or external electrical signals (such as electrosurgery).
And as financial markets reopen, we expect sponsorship from strong market participants such as EMG will be a real plus.
( "EMG"), in which Ampal has a 12. 5% interest, that Israel Electric Corporation ( "IEC") has informed EMG that IEC has received all of the required approvals for the coming into force of a certain Amendment to the Gas Sale Agreement signed by EMG and IEC on September 17, 2009 (the