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Cohen, L. G.; Panizza, Marcela E.; Sanz, Olga P.; Schutz, Carlos G.; Rey, R. (1983)
Publisher: Academia Brasileira de Neurologia - ABNEURO
Languages: Spanish
Types: Unknown
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Utilizando un método de cuantificación del electromiograma, se investigaron parte de los mecanismos centrales y periféricos responsables de la fatiga muscular en enfermos crónicamente denervados y en pacientes con compromiso muscular primitivo. Se observó en los denervados que los mecanismos de fatiga muscular, no difieren mayormente de los observados en el grupo de sujetos sanos, por el contrario, en los miopáticos a más del componente central, existen otros de orden periférico, tales como la pérdida de unidades motoras funcionantes durante el esfuerzo y el bloqueo temporario de la transmisión neuromuscular, que contribuye al desarrollo de la fatiga. In a group of patients chronically denervated and other with primary muscle involvement a search was made for mechanisms involved in the muscular fatigue. It was found that there was no major differences between patients chronically denervated and controls, while in those others with primary muscle disorders a loss of functional motor units during effort and a transient impairment of neuromuscular transmission play a role together with the central events normally occuring in fatigue.

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