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This episode of Lessons from the Lab should make you laugh, think, and maybe cry as Drs. Rubin and Quan discuss various approaches to the evaluation of patients with suspected motor neuron disease.

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Join us in this episode as Devon Rubin, MD, challenges Professor Erik Stalberg with an unknown case and discusses various EMG approaches to a patient with suspected neuromuscular junction disease. Watch Professor Stalberg grade Dr. Rubin’s single fiber pairs and hearing about single fiber EMG on dogs will surely make you smile!

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In Episode 6 of Lessons From the Lab, we have a fun, educational discussion with Dr. Robert Irwin, current president of AANEM, about an interesting patient with scapular winging. Learn about clinical, electrodiagnostic, and neuromuscular ultrasound assessment of scapular winging, and approaches to managing these patients.

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Devon Rubin, MD, is joined by John Kincaid, MD, to discuss which is the most important tool in the neurologists bag, the largest wad of cotton, and interesting findings in a patient with foot numbness.

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Devon Rubin, MD, is joined by Dr. Andrea Boon. In this episode, we discuss the EDX and NMUS approaches, intricacies, and difficulties of a patient who presented with respiratory weakness.

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Devon Rubin, MD, is joined by Holli Horak, MD, to discuss the topic: How do we approach suspected ulnar neuropathy in the EMG laboratory?

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An educational, informative and laid-back discussion with Dr. Andary on his electrodiagnostic approaches to a patient with radiculopathy. Hosted by Dr. Devon Rubin.
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An educational, informative, and humorous discussion with Drs. Litchy and Robinson on their electrodiagnostic approaches to a patient with symptoms of possible mild carpal tunnel syndrome. Hosted by Dr. Devon Rubin.
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