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ARTHUR JAMPOLSKY; What can Electromyography do for the Ophthalmologist?. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1970;9(8):570-599.
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Electromyography is of little use as a diagnostic tool in the usual clinical case of strabismus, and of only limited usefulness in frank neurologic disease. It has been valuable in understanding strabismus mechanisms, and in pointing out new laboratory-clinical correlations, which have led to some new clinical diagnostic techniques.
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