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why is there fasciculation in lower motor neuron (LMN) lesion but fibrillation in upper motor neuron UMN) lesion??
To my understanding,
fasciculation = involuntary but synchronize... "
between a fasciculation and a fibrillation?
"...the physiologic difference between a fasciculation and a fibrillation?
- Random firing AP's of ...associated with fasciculations?
Normal benign fasciculation syndrome
Peripheral nerve hyperexcit... "