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electrodiagnostic

Definitions

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to electrodiagnosis.

Etymologies

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electro- +‎ diagnostic

Examples

  • At AOSMI, Dr. Cardamone sees patients clinically in the office; performs procedures, such as electrodiagnostic tests called EMGs, and nerve conduction studies; performs spinal injections; manages cancer-related pain complications; and treats musculoskeletal pain associated with pregnancy and postpartum issues.

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  • At AOSMI, Dr. Cardamone sees patients clinically in the office; performs procedures, such as electrodiagnostic tests called EMGs, and nerve conduction studies; performs spinal injections; manages cancer-related pain complications; and treats musculoskeletal pain associated with pregnancy and postpartum issues.

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  • These machines all fall into a recognisable class considered by mainstream doctors as questionable electrodiagnostic devices.

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  • These machines all fall into a recognisable class considered by mainstream doctors as questionable electrodiagnostic devices.

    Dodgy detox

  • That approach began with a meridian stress assessment, wherein a bogus electrodiagnostic device is placed on the patient's "meridians" to detect "stress" in different organs of the body.

    There oughtta be a law.

  • That approach began with a meridian stress assessment, wherein a bogus electrodiagnostic device is placed on the patient's "meridians" to detect "stress" in different organs of the body.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • "After the operation, numerous neurological examinations, electrodiagnostic tests and imaging studies revealed that Sarah sustained severe irreversible damage to her brain due to lack of oxygen and blood after cardiac arrest, resulting in hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy," the family's statement said.

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  • The former included assessment of tongue and temporal muscles, epaxial muscles, a selection of appendicular muscles (including flexors and extensors at various depths) in both pelvic and thoracic limbs using digital electrodiagnostic equipment (Medelec Synergy, Oxford Instruments).

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  • The authors thank Colette Williams for performing the electrodiagnostic testing on dog 3, Ling Guo MD, PhD for performing the immunohistochemistry on dogs 2 and 3.

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  • Currently, to make a diagnosis of CIDP, patients undergo nerve conduction studies to determine the number and severity of abnormalities on electrodiagnostic tests.

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