myography


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myography

 [mi-og´rah-fe]
1. the use of a myograph.
2. description of muscles.
3. radiography of muscle tissue after injection of a radiopaque medium. adj., adj myograph´ic.

my·og·ra·phy

(mī-og'ră-fē),
1. The recording of muscular movements by the myograph.
2. A description of or treatise on the muscles. Synonym(s): descriptive myology

my·og·ra·phy

(mī-og'ră-fē)
1. The recording of muscular movements by the myograph.
2. A description of or treatise on the muscles.
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Castellini, "Optical myography: detecting finger movements by looking at the forearm," Frontiers in Neurorobotics, vol.
Discriminating 6 grasps using force myography of the forearm.
Rutkove, "Finite element analysis of electrical impedance myography in the rat hind limb," in Proceedings of the International Conference of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, pp.
The 21 papers that emerged discuss such aspects as endothelial strain and stress in atherosclerosis, the roles of endothelin-1 and nitric oxide in pediatric pulmonary hypertension, and confocal myography for studying hypertensive vascular remodeling.
(1-7) ENG measures corneorctinal potentials, so any kind of electrical "noise"--such as electrocardiography (ECG), myography, or electroencephalography--may cause artifacts.
Myography. Second-order branches of mouse mesenteric artery were isolated and cleaned of adhering fat and connective tissue.
Sono myography: Monitoring morphological changes of forearm muscles in actions with the feasibility for the control of powered prosthesis.
(21.) Smith TG, Stokes MJ (1993) Technical aspects of acoustic myography (AMG) of human skeletal muscle: contact pressure and force/AMG relationships.
The goal of this study was to critically evaluate force myography (FMG) as a representation of dynamic grip force for proportional control.