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Abnormal spontaneous muscle activity seen on electromyography in association with denervation or irritable myopathy consisting of long action potentials with initial positive (down) wave followed by a wide negative (up) wave.
action potential ; denervation ; electromyography (EMG) ; myopathy
Toward the tail or end of a structure; in veterinary medicine, only used when referring to the eye and the extremeties.
Period of time immediately following a seizure, characterized by signs such as altered behavior and vision and/or hearing deficits.
The spin of protons around the axis of a magnet.
A substance from which another substance is formed, e.g. dopamine is a precursor to epinephrine and norepinephrine.
Situated proximal to a ganglion; often used to describe autonomic nerve fibers in such a location.
Period of time immediately before a seizure, during which a change in behavior may occur.
The prospect for recovery from a disease based on the signs and nature of the case.
Ability to sense relative position and movement of limbs.
Abnormal proprioception; inability to sense relative position of limbs.
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