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Fasciculation and Fibrillation
Treato found 49 discussions about Fibrillation and Fasciculation on the web.
1.71% of the posts that mention Fibrillation also mention Fasciculation (49 posts)
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i allI am reading that fibrillation is something bad, whi...
" ...Hi all I am reading that fibrillation is something bad, which you ...but not see. Is that fibrillation ? Or is it normal fasciculation... "
i all!I have been constant fasciculation in both of cal...
" ...Hi all! I have been constant fasciculation in both of calf for ...did EMG. There are some fibrillation potentials and fasciculation potentials in my legs, but ...in calfs and shanks. Benign fasciculation... "
MG actually had a fasciculation show up in the tongue a...
" ...The last EMG actually had a fasciculation show up in the tongue ...the EMG screen, they looked the same as a fibrillation does. Do you think a neuro can tell the... "
en you only get rare fibrillation.But even if there are...
" ...cases Doctors can confuse the fibrillation with a normal motor unit ...maybe the machine catches a fasciculation from distance and it looks ...possible when you only get rare fibrillation. But even if there... "
ion a fibrillation is a quick fasciculation... so why sho...
" ...about fibrillations ??? in my opinion a fibrillation is a quick fasciculation... so why should it be ...an emg? for me a fibrillation is the same as buzzing/vibrating... ...concentrate on other things....... "
& fibrillation why is there fasciculation in l...
" fasciculation & fibrillation why is there fasciculation in lower motor neuron (LMN) lesion but fibrillation in upper motor neuron UMN) lesion?? To my understanding, fasciculation = involuntary but... "
ween a fasciculation and a fibrillation?- Random firi...
" ...the physiologic difference between a fasciculation and a fibrillation? - Random firing AP's of ...associated with fasciculations? Normal benign fasciculation syndrome Peripheral nerve hyperexcitablity –... "
Fasciculation, fibrillation, and substantial atrophy can be...
" Fasciculation, fibrillation, and substantial atrophy can be expected. Normal muscle function... "
tic, tremor, fasciculation, or fibrillation? It could be an...
" ...it? A cramp, tic, tremor, fasciculation, or fibrillation? It could be anything... "
illation potentials and some fasciculation potentials in b...
" ALS spreading speed ...I have not diagnosed. I have been fasciculations and weakness in both of my ...months. The EMG result: some fibrillation potentials and some fasciculation potentials in both of legs.... "
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