BMS329 provides a theoretical basis and describes the practical application of clinical neurophysiological measurement. The subject examines peripheral neurophysiological measurement (EMG and nerve conduction studies) and central nervous system measurement using EEG and sensory evoked potentials. The subject relates the practical application of these techniques to their use in assessing nervous system function and provides opportunity to relate the Interpretation of clinical measurements to the pathophysiologic processes in relevant nervous system disorders.
School of Biomedical Sciences
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