Prof. Wilson Marques Junior
In addition to specialized training in performing and interpreting the electroneuromyography exam and its application in the investigation and follow-up of neuromuscular diseases, this line of research has explored the role of this technique for the diagnosis, monitoring, and study of the pathophysiology of the various pathologies that affect the muscles and the peripheral nervous system. This line will enable the master’s student to technically carry out the study, reports with clinical-laboratory correlation, and develop critical judgment of the potentials and limits of this diagnostic modality. So far, two professional master’s dissertations have been completed and two professional master’s dissertations have already been defended.
Ongoing Research Project
● Technical description of resynthesis in the electroneuromyographic study to detect the proximal conduction block
● Temporal dispersion in the electrophysiological analysis of patients with X-linked Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
● Distribution of weakness in limb-girdle muscular dystrophy type 2B