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

myography

/my·og·ra·phy/ (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.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.

myography

1. the use of a myograph.
2. description of muscles.
3. radiography of muscle tissue after injection of a radiopaque contrast medium.
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Abbreviations: ADL = activity of daily living, DOF = degree of freedom, EMG = electromyography, FMG = force myography, HD-FMG = high-density FMG, LDA = linear discriminant analysis, P = sensor pattern, Pos = subject position, SADL = simulated ADL, SVM = support vector machine, UL = upper limb.
Average classification errors of high-density force myography (HD-FMG) and electromyography (EMG) control methods for eight hand motion classes with arm in a fixed static position.
The goal of this study was to critically evaluate force myography (FMG) as a representation of dynamic grip force for proportional control.
Predicting direct handgrip force from extrinsic muscle output with force myography (FMG) [abstract].
Acoustic myography of the human quadriceps muscle during intermittent fatiguing activity.
Acoustic myography compared to electromyography during isometric fatigue and recovery.