posted on October 1, 2000 - 11:10am
Diagnosis of neuromuscular disease hinges on a doctor's ability to identify a specific defect of neuromuscular function. Sometimes, a doctor can infer this functional defect — and the disease associated with it — by giving a physical exam, doing a blood test or looking at the anatomy of nerves and muscles. But other times, the doctor may have to directly evaluate the functions of nerves and...

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