Fig. 5.7. Many motor units firing slowly indicating concern for a central deficit. Note that the recruitment pattern is not as full as in Fig. 5.5, and that the motor units do not seem to be rapidly repetitive as in Fig. 5.5. This condition is characterized as "many motor units firing slowly."
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