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Atlas of Electromyography

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780195112504

ISBN10:
0195112504
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
2/10/2000
Publisher(s):
Oxford University Press

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Summary

The Atlas of Electromyography is a visually alluring book which provides high quality anatomical illustrations of skeletal muscles that include nerve, plexus, and root supply; photographs of each muscle in healthy subjects to enable the practitioner to identify the optimum site of EMG needleinsertion; clinical features of the major conditions affecting peripheral nerves; and electrodiagnostic strategies for confirming suspected lesions of the peripheral nervous system. The atlas is divided into sections on the major peripheral nerves. Each nerve is illustrated and its anatomy reviewed in the text. The authors provide a detailed outline of the clinical conditions and entrapment syndromes that affect the nerve, including a list of etiologies, clinical features, andelectrodiagnostic strategies used for each symdrome. Each muscle supplied by the peripheral nerve is shown as an anatomical illustration with a corresponding human photograph. The text provides information about the muscle origin, tendon insertion, voluntary activation maneuver, and site of optimumneedle insertion. The needle insertion point is identified in both the anatomical illustration and the corresponding photographs. This assures that pertinent bone, muscular, and soft tissue landmarks can be used to guide the electromyographer to a specific point on the skin. Potential pitfallsassociated with the needle insertion are added, usually noting adjacent muscles or structures that may be mistakenly entered. Clinical correlates pertinent to the muscle being examined are also provided. The tlas of Electromyography serves as an anatomical guide for practitioners of electromyographyand neurologists, as well as residents i neurology, physical medicine, and rehabilitation.

Table of Contents

Brachial Plexus
1(6)
Median Nerve
7(16)
Abductor Pollicis Brevis
12(1)
Opponens Pollicis
13(1)
Flexor Pollicis Brevis, Superficial Head
14(1)
First and Second Lumbricals
15(1)
Pronator Quadratus
16(1)
Flexor Pollicis Longus
17(1)
Flexor Digitorum Profundus, Digits 2 and 3
18(1)
Flexor Digitorum Superficialis (sublimis)
19(1)
Palmaris Longus
20(1)
Flexor Carpi Radialis
21(1)
Pronator Teres
22(1)
Ulnar Nerve
23(18)
Adductor Pollicis
29(1)
Flexor Pollicis Brevis, Deep Head
30(1)
First Dorsal Interosseous
31(1)
Second, Third, and Fourth Dorsal Interossei
32(1)
Palmar Interossei
33(1)
Third and Fourth Lumbricals
34(1)
Abductor Digiti Minimi
35(1)
Opponens Digiti Minimi
36(1)
Flexor Digiti Minimi
37(1)
Flexor Digitorum Profundus, Digits 4 and 5
38(1)
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
39(2)
Radial Nerve
41(18)
Extensor Indicis
46(1)
Extensor Pollicis Brevis
47(1)
Extensor Pollicis Longus
48(1)
Abductor Pollicis Longus
49(1)
Extensor Digitorum Communis and Extensor Digiti Minimi (Proprius)
50(1)
Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
51(1)
Supinator
52(1)
Extensor Carpi Radialis, Longus and Brevis
53(1)
Brachioradialis
54(1)
Anconeus
55(1)
Triceps, Lateral Head
56(1)
Triceps, Long Head
57(1)
Triceps, Medial Head
58(1)
Axillary Nerve
59(8)
Deltoid, Anterior Fibers
62(1)
Deltoid, Middle Fibers
63(1)
Deltoid, Posterior Fibers
64(1)
Teres Minor
65(2)
Musculocutaneous Nerve
67(6)
Brachialis
69(1)
Biceps Brachii
70(1)
Coracobrachialis
71(2)
Suprascapular Nerve
73(6)
Infraspinatus
76(1)
Supraspinatus
77(2)
Dorsal Scapular Nerve
79(4)
Rhomboideus Major and Minor
81(1)
Levator Scapulae
82(1)
Long Thoracic Nerve
83(4)
Serratus Anterior
85(2)
Subscapular Nerves and the Thoracodorsal Nerve
87(4)
Teres Major
89(1)
Latissimus Dorsi
90(1)
Medial and Lateral Pectoral Nerves
91(4)
Pectoralis Major
93(1)
Pectoralis Minor
94(1)
Cervical Plexus
95(6)
Sternocleidomastoid
97(1)
Trapezius
98(1)
Levator Scapulae
99(2)
Phrenic Nerve
101(6)
Diaphragm
104(3)
Sacral Plexus
107(4)
Sciatic Nerve
111(8)
Semitendinosus
114(1)
Semimembranosus
115(1)
Biceps Femoris (Long Head)
116(1)
Biceps Femoris (Short Head)
117(2)
Tibial Nerve
119(16)
Gastrocnemius, Medial Head
123(1)
Gastrocnemius, Lateral Head
124(1)
Soleus
125(1)
Tibialis Posterior
126(1)
Flexor Digitorum Longus
127(1)
Flexor Hallucis Longus
128(1)
Popliteus
129(1)
Abductor Hallucis
130(1)
Flexor Digitorum Brevis
131(1)
Flexor Hallucis Brevis
132(1)
Abductor Digiti Minimi (Quinti)
133(1)
Adductor Hallucis
134(1)
Common Peroneal Nerve
135(12)
Tibialis Anterior
139(1)
Extensor Digitorum Longus
140(1)
Extensor Hallucis Longus
141(1)
Peroneus Tertius
142(1)
Extensor Digitorum Brevis
143(1)
Peroneus Longus
144(1)
Peroneus Brevis
145(2)
Superior Gluteal Nerve
147(6)
Gluteus Medius
149(1)
Gluteus Minimus
150(1)
Tensor Fasciae Latae
151(2)
Inferior Gluteal Nerve
153(4)
Gluteus Maximus
155(2)
Pudendal Nerve
157(6)
Sphincter Ani Externus (External Anal Sphincter)
161(1)
Levator Ani
162(1)
Lumbar Plexus
163(2)
Femoral Nerve
165(10)
lliacus (lliopsoas)
168(1)
Pectineus
169(1)
Sartorius
170(1)
Rectus Femoris
171(1)
Vastus Lateralis
172(1)
Vastus Intermedius
173(1)
Vastus Medialis
174(1)
Obturator Nerve
175(8)
Adductor Longus
178(1)
Adductor Brevis
179(1)
Adductor Magnus
180(1)
Gracilis
181(2)
Cranial Muscles
183(8)
Frontalis
185(1)
Orbicularis Oculi
186(1)
Orbicularis Oris
187(1)
Masseter
188(1)
Tongue
189(2)
Paraspinal Muscles
191(6)
Cervical Paraspinal
193(1)
Thoracic Paraspinal
194(1)
Lumbosacral Paraspinal
195(2)
Index 197


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