complex repetitive discharge


complex repetitive discharge
polyphasic or serrated formations seen on recordings of action potentials, having uniform amplitude and frequency and abrupt beginning and ending; seen in patients with muscular dystrophy and other motor unit diseases. Called also bizarre high-frequency d., bizarre repetitive d., and bizarre high-frequency potential.

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