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SFEMG Videos
  The SFEMG Book
  The AID SFEMG System
  The Book Authors
Principles of SFEMG
Needle, Selectivity and Instrumentation
  Fiber Density Measurements
  Jitter Phenomenon and Stimulation SFEMG
  Jitter Measurement During Voluntary Activation
  Quality Control in SFEMG
  Jitter during Voluntary Activation and Stimulation
  Velocity Recovery Function
  MCD and MSD
Technical Aspects of SFEMG
  Trigger and Delay Line
  Amplitude Variation in SFEMG Signals
  Jitter Display as Dots in Sequential Histograms
  Care of Electrodes
SFEMG: Recording and Analysis
    Biceps Brachii
    Extensor Digitorum Communis
  Stimulation SFEMG
    Frontalis: Needle Stimuation
    Frontalis: Surface Stimulation
    Orbicularis Oculi
    Extensor Digitorum Communis
    Tibialis Anterior
  Fiber Density
    Extensor Digitorum Communis
Jitter: Measurement and Interpretation
  Jitter Appreciation
  Technical Block (False Trigger)
  Triangular After potentials
  Recognizing Trends
  Visualizing Jitter in Tripple Potential
  Selecting the Trigger in a Multi-spike Potential
  Analyzing Jitter in a Multi-spike Potential
  Split Muscle Fiber
  Direct Muscle Stimulation
High Jitter Without Blocking
  Flip Flop (Bimodal Jitter)
  Neurogenic Blocking
  Neurogenic Blocking: Difficult
  Ephaptic Transmission
  F Response
  Axon reflex in SFEMG (1)
  Axon reflex in SFEMG (2)
Measuring Jitter with Concentric Electrodes
  Technique: Extensor Digitorum Communis
  Action Potential Summation in CN EMG
  Examples from Multicenter studies
  Multicenter Voluntary 1
  Multicenter Stimulated 1
  Multicenter Stimulated 2
  Multicenter Stimulated 3
Interviews with the Authors
    Diagnostic strategy
    Pre and Post Synaptic Differentiation
    Normal Limits for Repetitive Nerve Stimulation
    When Repetitive Nerve Stimulation is Abnormal
    Longitudinal Studies
    Fiber Density in Motor Neuron Disease
    Concentric or Monopolar Needle for Jitter Analysis
Number of Discharges
    Multi-spike Analysis
    Outliers and Mean Values
  Learning SFEMG
    Why Learn SFEMG
    How To Learn SFEMG
    Erik StÃ¥lberg
    Joze Trontelj
    Donald Sanders
Various SFEMG Features
  Jitter in Reinnervation
    Poem, VRF in late component
    PLS, CNE el.stim
    GBS stable complex, disturbance in negative peak
    GBS, complex with increasing stim
    GBS, complex stable CNE recording
GBS, insufficient stim, large jitter
    Sub and supraliminal jitter. Note F-responses
    CNE el.stim, trend in latency (PLS)
    Neurogenic jitter, CNE recording 1
    Neurogenic jitter, CNE recording 2
    CNE in myasthenia gravis
Repetitive Nerve Stimulation
  RNS in myasthenia gravis
  Normal limits for RNS