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electromyography - Electrical Characteristics, Procedure, Normal results, Abnormal results

muscles activity

The study of the muscular contractions which take place during speech. Muscles produce tiny amounts of electrical activity when they contract. The activity is recorded by applying electrodes to the individual muscles of the vocal tract, and displaying the signals on a screen or on paper.

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