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  • Spatial difference can occur between activated and damaged muscle areas following electrically-induced isometric contractions. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Physiol 2019 Jun 28
  • Fouré A, Le Troter A, … Bendahan D
  • CONCLUSIONS: T2 mapping combined to image registration and statistical parametric mapping analysis is a suitable methodology to accurately localize and compare the extent of both activated and damaged muscle areas. Activated muscle areas following electrically-induced isometric contractions are superficial, but damaged regions are muscle specific and can be related to the muscle morphology and/or the relative spatial position within a muscle group leading to potential intramuscular muscle shear strain. Tissues other than active skeletal muscle fibres can be altered during unaccustomed neuromuscular electrical stimulation-induced isometric contractions.
  • The effects of knee joint angle on neuromuscular activity during electrostimulation in healthy older adults. [Journal Article]
  • JRJ Rehabil Assist Technol Eng 2018 Jan-Dec; 5:2055668318779506
  • Gavin JP, Cooper M, Wainwright TW
  • CONCLUSIONS: Results suggest that during electrostimulation, knee joint angle influenced gastrocnemii neuromuscular activity; increased gastrocnemius medialis activity across all intensities (at 90°), when compared to 0° and 45° flexion; and did not influence peroneus longus and tibialis anterior activity. Greater electrostimulation-evoked gastrocnemii activity has implications for producing a more forceful calf muscle-pump action, potentially further improving venous flow.
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