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Lessons Learned in Single Fiber EMG by Erik Stalberg, MD, PhD and Donald Sanders, MD

    8/21/2008
An interview with Erik Stalberg, MD, PhD and Donald Sanders, MD about lessons learned in single fiber electromyography. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD.

Early Days of Single Fiber EMG by Erik Stalberg, MD, PhD and Donald Sanders, MD

    7/31/2008
An interview with Erik Stalberg, MD, PhD and Donald Sanders, MD about the early days of single fiber electromyography. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD.

IgG1 Antibodies to Acetylcholine Receptors in 'Seronegative' MG by Angela Vincent, MD

    7/28/2008
An interview with Angela Vincent, MD, co-author of "IgG1 antibodies to acetylcholine receptors in 'seronegative' myasthenia gravis. " Brain. 2008 May 31. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD, and Robert Pascuzzi, MD.

Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy by Kathryn N. North, MD

    7/1/2008
An interview with Kathryn N. North, MD, coauthor of Limb-girdle muscular dystrophy: diagnostic evaluation, frequency and clues to pathogenesis. Neuromuscul Disord. 2008 Jan;18:34-44. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD.

Histopathology of Neuropathy by Peter J. Dyck, MD

    5/14/2008
An interview with Peter J. Dyck, MD, coauthor of Histologic and teased-fiber measurements of sural nerve in disorders of lower motor and primary sensory neurons. Mayo Clin Proc 1968;43:81-123. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Erik Ensrud, MD.

Lifetime Course in Myasthenia Gravis by Mikhail Charny, MD and Murali Pagala, MD

    4/21/2008
An interview with Mikhail Charny, MD and Murali Pagala, MD, regarding Lifetime course of myasthenia gravis. Muscle Nerve 2008;37:141-149. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Robert Pascuzzi, MD.

Critical Illness Polyneuropathy and Myopathy by Charles Bolton, MD

    3/31/2008
An interview with Charles Bolton, MD, author of Critical illness polyneuropathy and myopathy. Crit Care Med 2001;29:2388-2390. Interviewed by Eliott Dimberg, MD and Mitchell Isaac, MD.

MuSK -Antibody Positive Myasthenia Gravis by Donald Sanders, MD

    2/29/2008
An interview with Donald Sanders, MD, coauthor of MuSK-antibody positive myasthenia gravis: clinical and electrodiagnostic patterns. Clin Neurophysiol 2005;116:2065-2068. Interviewed by Michelle Mauermann, MD.

Sacral Plexopathies by Jinny Tavee, MD

    2/21/2008
An interview with Jinny Tavee, MD, coauthor of Pitfalls in the electrodiagnostic studies of sacral plexopathies. Muscle Nerve 2007;36:725-729. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Kerry Levin, MD.

Identifying Lumbosacral Radiculopathies by Timothy Dillingham, MD, MS

    1/31/2008
An interview with Timothy Dillingham, MD, MS, coauthor of Identifying lumbosacral radiculopathies: an optimal electromyographic screen. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2000;79:496-503. Interviewed by David Hubbell, MD.

Pathokinesiology of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy by Ernest W. Johnson, MD

    1/22/2008
An interview with Ernest W. Johnson, MD author of Pathokinesiology of Duchenne muscular dystrophy: implications for management. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1977;58:1-4. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Greg Carter, MD, MS.

Autosomal-Recessive and X-linked Forms of Hereditary Motor and Sensory Neuropathy in Childhood by Monique Ryan, M Med, BS, FRACP and Robert Ouvrier, MD, BS, BSc

    12/14/2007
An Interview with Monique Ryan, M Med, BS, FRACP and Robert Ouvrier, MD, BS, BSc, coauthors of Autosomal-recessive and X-linked forms of hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy in childhood. Muscle Nerve 2007;36:136-143. Interviewed by Ted Burns.

Immunotherapy in Guillain-Barre Syndrome by Richard AC Hughes, MD

    11/26/2007
An Interview with Richard AC Hughes, MD, author of Immunotherapy in Guillain-Barre syndrome: a systematic review. Brain 2007;130:2245-2257. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and David Saperstein, MD. Dr. Hughes has a disclosure, which is explained in the podcast.

The Therapy of Congenital Myasthenic Syndromes by Andrew G. Engel, MD

    11/5/2007
An Interview with Andrew G. Engel, MD, author of The therapy of congenital myasthenic syndromes. Neurotherapeutics 2007;4:252-257. Interviewed by Elliot Dimberg, MD and Jeremy Lanford, MD. The participants in this podcast had nothing to disclose.

Safety of Nerve Conduction Studies in Patients with Implanted Cardiac Devices by Michelle Mellion, MD

    8/28/2007
An Interview with Michelle Mellion, MD, coauthor of Schoeck AP et al. Safety of nerve conduction studies in patients with implanted cardiac devices. Muscle and Nerve 2007;35:521-524. Interviewed by Laurie Gutmann, MD and Robert Pascuzzi, MD. The participants in this podcast had nothing to disclose.

Chronic Inflammatory Polyradiculoneuropathy by Peter J. Dyck, MD

    8/15/2007
An Interview with Peter J. Dyck, MD, author of Chronic Inflammatory Polyradiculoneuropathy. Dyck PJ et al. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 1975;50:621-637. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Erik Ensrud, MD. The participants in this podcast had nothing to disclose.

Electromyographic and Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Predict Lumbar Stenosis, Low-back Pain, and No Back Symptoms by Andrew J. Haig, MD

    7/23/2007
An Interview with Andrew J. Haig, MD, author of Haig AJ, et al. Electromyographic and magnetic resonance imaging to predict lumbar stenosis, low-back pain, and no back symptoms. J Bone and Joint Suregy 2007;89:358-366. Haig AJ, et al. Spinal stenosis, back pain, or no symptoms at all? A masked study comparing radiologic and electrodiagnostic diagnoses to the clinical impression. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2006;87:897-903. Haig AJ, et al. The sensitivity and specificity of electrodiagnostic testing for the clinical syndrome of lumbar spinal stenosis. Spine 2005;30:2667-2676.0. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Gregory T. Carter, MD, MS The participants in this Podcast had nothing to disclose.

Accuracy of Repetitive Nerve Stimulation for Diagnosis of Cramp-Fasciculation Syndrome by Taylor B. Harrison, MD and Michael Benatar, MBChB, DPhi

    7/10/2007
An Interview with Taylor B. Harrison, MD and Michael Benatar, MBChB, DPhi, authors of Harrison TB, Benatar M. Accuracy of repetitive nerve stimulation for diagnosis of cramp-fasciculation syndrome. Muscle Nerve 2007;35:776-780 Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Robert Pascuzzi, MD The participants in this Podcast had nothing to disclose.

An Unusual Variant of Acute Idiopathic Polyneuritis by C. Miller Fisher, MD

    6/21/2007
An interview with C. Miller Fisher, MD author of An unusual variant of acute idiopathic polyneuritis (syndrome of opthalmoplegia, ataxia and areflexia). New Engl J Med 1956;255:57-65 Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Robert Pascuzzi, MD. The participants in this Podcast had nothing to disclose.

The Influence of the Reference Electrode on CMAP Configuration by John Kincaid, MD

    5/31/2007
An Interview with John Kincaid, MD, author of The influence of the reference electrode on CMAP configuration. Muscle and Nerve Volume 16, Issue 4, Date: April 1993, Pages: 392-396 John C. Kincaid, Allison Brashear, Omkar N. Markand. The influence of the reference electrode on CMAP configuration: Leg nerve observations and an alternative reference site. Muscle and Nerve Volume 19, Issue 1, Date: January 1996, Pages: 63-67. Allison Brashear, John C. Kincaid. Interviewed by Jeremy Lanford, MD and Ryan Overman, MD

Uremic Neuropathy: Clinical Features and New Pathophysiologic Insights by Matthew Kiernan, MD

    5/9/2007
An Interview with Matthew Kiernan, MD, author of Uremic Neuropathy: clinical features and new pathophysiologic insights. Muscle and Nerve 2007;35:273-290 Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Erik Ensrud, MD

Experimental Allergic Neuritis by Raymond Adams, MD

    4/13/2007
An Interview with Raymond Adams, MD, author of Waksman BH, Adams RD. J Exp Med. 1955;102:213-235 and Waksman BH, Adams RD. J Neuropath Exp Neurol. 1956;15:29-314. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Robert, Pascuzzi, MD

Sporadic Onset of Erythermalgia by Stephen Waxman, MD

    3/30/2007
An Interview with Stephen Waxman, MD, author of Han C, Rush, AM, Sulayman D, et al. Sporadic onset of erythermalgia: A gain-of-function mutation in Nav1.7. Annals Neurol 2006;59:553-558. And Waxman SG, Sulayman D. Erythromelalgia: A hereditary pain syndrome enters the molecular era. Annals Neurol 2005;57:785-788. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Erik Ensrud, MD

Peripheral Neuropathy in Krabbe Disease by Zaeem Siddiqi, MD

    3/16/2007
An Interview with Zaeem Siddiqi, MD, author of Siddiqi ZA, Sanders DB, Massey JM. Peripheral Neuropathy in Krabbe Disease. Electrodiagnostic Findings. Neurology 2006;67:263-267. and Siddiqi ZA, Sanders DB, Massey JM. Peripheral Neuropathy in Krabbe Disease. Effect of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation. Neurology 2006;67:268-272. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Vern Juel, MD

Radiculopathy and the Herniated Lumbar Disc by Michael K. Schaufele, MD

    2/27/2007
An Interview with Michael K. Schaufele, MD, author of Radiculopathy and the Herniated Lumbar Disc. Controversies Regarding Pathophysiology and Management. J. Bone Joint Surg. Am. 88:2070-2080, 2006. John M. Rhee, Michael Schaufele and William A. Abdu, Interviewed by David Hubbell, MD
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