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Quantitating progression in ALS.

Neurology 2005 May 25
The authors prospectively studied the value of clinical and neurophysiologic measurements in assessing progression in ALS. Motor unit number estimation (MUNE) and the neurophysiologic index (NI) were significantly correlated with ADM strength (maximal voluntary isometric contraction force in the abductor digiti minimi muscle [MVIC-ADM]). MUNE and the NI were reliable, but the NI showed a lower variation. On assessing progression at 3, 6, and 12 months, MUNE, NI, and MVIC-ADM showed the highest rate of change. The NI is a potentially useful new neurophysiologic measurement.

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