Table of Contents

Section I. Special Lecture.

1. Review of MUNE over 30 years (R. Sica, A. McComas). Discussion after Section I.

Section II. MUNE Physiology.

2. Axon excitability in motor unit number estimation (T.J. Doherty, D.W. Stashuk, W.F. Brown). 3. Issues in motor unit number estimation (M.P. Slawnych). Discussion after Section II.

Section III. Stimulation MUNE Techniques.

4. Multiple point stimulation and F-response MUNE techniques (T.J. Doherty, D.W. Stashuk, W.F. Brown). 5. Adapted multiple point stimulation MUNE technique (F.C. Wang, O. Bouquiaux et al. ). 6. MUNE by intraneural microstimulation and the effects of averaging of unitary muscle action potentials (K. Arasaki). 7. MUNE by statistical analysis (J.R. Daube). 8. Multiple point stimulation MUNE with integrated single motor unit tracking (C.L. Gooch, P. Kaufmann). 9. Statistical MUNE in larger muscles (C.L. Gooch, W. Trojaborg). 10. Comparison of statistical and multiple point stimulation MUNE techniques (C. Lomen-Hoerth, R.K. Olney). Discussion after Section III.

Section IV. Voluntary MUNE Techniques.

11. Spike triggered averaging MUNE technique (M.B. Bromberg). 12. MUNE using decomposition-enhanced spike triggered averaging (D.W. Stashuk, T.J. Doherty, W.F. Brown). 13. Rectified integrated EMG and MUNE (J.H. Petajan). 14. Motor unit number index (MUNIX): a pilot study (S.D. Nandedkar, D.S. Nandedkar et al. ). Discussion after Section IV.

Section V. MUNE in Normal Subjects.

15. Establishing normal MUNE values (V.H. Lawson). 16. Are motor and sensory responses and MUNE values inherited traits? (C. Lomen-Hoerth, R.K. Olney). 17. MUNE measurement of age-related changes (T.J. Doherty, D.W. Stashuk, W.F. Brown). Discussion after Section V.

Section VI. MUNE in Disease States.

18. MUNE in ALS: natural history and implications (J.


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