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Nihon Koden Tokyo, Japan
Although the piezoelectric-triggered hammer in use for the mandibular reflex does not provide controlled reproducibility and a quantification of the stimulus intensity, simultaneous recordings of the two sides are considered an essential method for the accurate and acceptable evaluation of the side asymmetry as can be seen in Fig.1 which represents an EMG trace of the jaw jerk (Nemus2 NGF, EB Neuro, Firenze, Italy) recorded on the right (upper trace) and left (lower trace) masseters. The latency asymmetry is very small, ranging from 0 to 1 ms with an average of 0.13 ms (SD 0.17) in 131 normal subjects. Although jaw jerk may be delayed by several milliseconds in trigeminal neuropathy or multiple sclerosis, latency asymmetries of only 0.8 ms were considered as an upper normal limit in neurological studies. (Figure 1).
Electromyographic tracing of the Masseterino Recovery Cycle performed with Nihon Koden instrumentation, Tokio, Japan Representation of the recovery cycle of the masseter inhibitory reflex. Note the pair of electrical stimuli (S1 and S2) and the corresponding silent periods ((ES1 and ES2)) in Fig.2 of the EMG trace performed withinstrumentation
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