A normal muscle at rest does not show any electrical activity on an electromyography, or EMG recording, but when the muscle contracts, it shows electrical activity as a smooth action potential, or wave line, states Healt... More »

Reading results of an EMG nerve conduction test means looking for bursts of muscular electrical activity recorded on a paper or a computer screen against a grid, as described by Electrodiagnosis & Rehabilitation Associat... More »

Liver function tests often involve many different measurements that can often be hard to understand. The main values measured in a liver blood test are the aminotransferases (ALT and AST), each accompanied with a range t... More »

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An electromyography, or EMG, is a test that is use to determine the health of muscles and to record their activity. Muscles usually produce an electrical current when active, as stated by MedicineNet. More »

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An electromyogram, or EMG, is a test that measures the electrical activity of the muscles both at rest and during contraction, explains WebMD. The nerve conduction studies often done during the test measures how fast and... More »

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Reading results of an EMG nerve conduction test means looking for bursts of muscular electrical activity recorded on a paper or a computer screen against a grid, as described by Electrodiagnosis & Rehabilitation Associat... More »

The health professional who conducts an electromyography test is known as a neurologist, a nervous system specialist, states Johns Hopkins Medicine. A technologist may also perform some parts of the test. The test is per... More »

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