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By NORRIS FORBES H.. , M.D. 134 pages; 23.5 X 16 cm. Grune & Stratton; , New York: , 1963.. Price, $4.75.


Ann Intern Med. 1964;60(4):749-750. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-60-4-749_2
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Dr. Norris's textbook fills the urgent need for a brief atlas of electromyography. It is a practical handbook for the beginning student and for the practicing physician who wishes to review quickly the application and limitations of this new technique. A sufficient number of questions on electronic and practical techniques are discussed to make this an excellent handbook for those who are beginning to use electromyography.

As in any textbook that attempts to define a technique simply and in the experience of one worker, there are certain aspects of electromyography that have not been described as carefully as one might

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