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  • Monitoring Breathing Muscle Performance During Singing Noninvasively Using Mechanomyography and Electromyography. [Journal Article]
  • JVJ Voice 2019 Jul 09
  • Ramli MI, Hamzaid NA, Engkasan JP
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study established MMG and EMG as the quantitative measurement tool to monitor breathing activities during singing. This is useful for applications related to singing therapy performance measure including potentially pathologically effected population. While the MMG and EMG could not distinguish FF and intensity significantly, it is useful to serve as a proxy of inhalation and exhalation levels throughout a particular singing session. Further studies are required to determine its efficacy in a therapeutic setting.
  • Retromastoid-transmuscular identification and harvest of the occipital artery during retrosigmoid craniotomy. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neurosurg 2019 Jul 12; :1-8
  • Tayebi Meybodi A, Lawton MT, … Preul MC
  • CONCLUSIONS: This transmuscular technique for identification of the OA is a reliable method and may facilitate exposure and protection of the OA during a retrosigmoid approach. This technique may obviate the need for larger incisions when planning a bypass to nearby arteries in the posterior circulation via a retrosigmoid craniotomy. Additionally, the small skin incision can be enlarged when a different craniotomy and/or bypass is planned or when a greater length of the OA is needed to be harvested.
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