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The waveforms recorded from an ALS patient and a healthy control using SFNs and CNs in the SFEMG program are shown in [Figure 1].{Table 1}{Figure 1}
SFEMG has been studied mainly in patients with neuromuscular transmission disorders.
Despite differences in the anatomical substrates and physiological meanings between SFN-jitter and CN-jitter, jitter recorded using CN electrodes has been accepted as a parameter for assessing neuromuscular transmission in MG in most published reports.[sup][18],[19],[20],[21] The waveform obtained using a CN electrode in the SFEMG program represents the MUP composed of different numbers of spikes.
We compared the frequency of generalization between patients with different SFEMG results.
There were no correlations between OMG prognosis and SFEMG abnormality, RNS abnormality, AchRab abnormality, or onset age [ P = 0.140, 0.150, 0.070, and 0.120, respectively, [Table 3].