Laryngeal electromyography lemg is a diagnostic procedure that is used to determine how strong the laryngeal nerves are it is a nearly painless procedure that is done on an outpatient basis in conjunction with a neurologist. Laryngeal electromyography lemg emg provides essential clinical information about the neuromuscular status of the larynx that no other test can provide for patients with presumed neuromuscular disorders of the larynx. Laryngeal electromyography is a test that is performed in conjunction with a neurologist when performing this test the patient usually lies flat with his or her neck extended the skin overlying the adams apple is sterilized with an alcohol soaked gauze and a fine needle is inserted into these muscles the patient typically wears a . Abstract this paper reports on an evidence based review of laryngeal electromyography emg as a technique for use in the diagnosis prognosis and treatment of laryngeal movement disorders including the laryngeal dystonias
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