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John Wiley and Sons Inc. United States
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Muscle and Nerve focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: muscle, trial, ultrasound, muscular, randomized, patients, motor, neuromuscular, diagnostic, differences, ...

Type: Journal

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Languages: English

Open Access Policy: Open Choice

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muscle, trial, ultrasound, muscular, randomized, patients, motor, neuromuscular, diagnostic, differences, disease, dyingback, dystrophy, dystrophyevidence, early, effects, electrical, developmentclinical, desta, depth, ageassociated, alterations, amyotrophic, atrophy, diseaseinfluence, carrying, collagen, compared, contractionsmuscle, declineinflammatory, deflazacort, degeneration, NA

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Abnormalities of the sympathetic skin response in lepromatous leprosy

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Absence of mutations in the hypoxia response element ofVEGF in ALS

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Acknowledgment: Ad hoc reviewers

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Acquired rippling muscle disease with myasthenia gravis

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Acute conduction block in vitro following exposure to antiganglioside sera

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Adult polyglucosan body disease: Case description of an expanding genetic and clinical syndrome

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American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine Guidelines for establishing a quality assurance program in an electrodiagnostic laboratory

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Analysis of force profile during a maximum voluntary isometric contraction task

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Anti-gal-C antibody in autoimmune neuropathies subsequent to mycoplasma infection

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Anti-GM1 antibodies can block neuronal voltage-gated sodium channels

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Are H reflexes and F responses equally sensitive to changes in motoneuronal excitability?

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Assessment of spinal cord pathology following trauma using early changes in the spinal cord evoked potentials: A pharmacological and morphological study in the rat

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Attenuation of free radical production and paracrystalline inclusions by creatine supplementation in a patient with a novel cytochromeb mutation

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Axial myopathy in myasthenia: A misleading cause of dropped head

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Book Review

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Changes in characteristics of rat skeletal muscle after experimental allergic encephalomyelitis

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Computerized tomography and magnetic resonance muscle imaging in Miyoshi's myopathy

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Creatine monohydrate supplementation does not increase muscle strength, lean body mass, or muscle phosphocreatine in patients with myotonic dystrophy type 1

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Cruzipain induces autoimmune response against skeletal muscle and tissue damage in mice

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Direct dystrophin and reporter gene transfer into dog muscle in vivo

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Direct measurement of human sympathetic nerve conduction velocity

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Effect of aging on sensory nerve conduction study parameters

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Effect of load during electrical stimulation training in spinal cord injury

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