volume 246, issue 5, P395-396 1989
DOI: 10.1007/bf00463604
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R. L. Blair

Abstract: Over the last 40 years sporadic reports have appeared in the otolaryngological and neurological literature describing techniques and applications of laryngeal electromyography. Despite considerable refinements in methodology and instrumentation over that time laryngeal electromyography has not been widely adopted in routine clinical practice. This paper describes a simple, reliable and reproducible technique which has been employed by the author over a 15-year period. The indications for laryngeal electromyogr…

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