• clinical
  • Twenty consecutive clinicians presenting with fasciculations were prospectively assessed with serial clinical and neurophysiological evaluations. (aboutbfs.com)
  • My local neuro did not see any fasciculations and he waited five minutes, he looked at my shoulder blades, legs and arms, the most common places to see twitches, he did not see any, he said in order to have even a diagnosis of BFS he needs to seen clinical evidence of fascics, or emgs evidence of prominent fascics. (aboutbfs.com)
  • often
  • Fasciculation also often occurs during a rest period after sustained stress, such as that brought on by unconsciously tense muscles. (wn.com)
  • slightly
  • Overexpression of axonin-1 resulted in a slightly reduced neurite fasciculation (Fig. 11, a, b, e, and f) compared with control explants treated with AdCMVlacZ (not shown) or without virus (Fig. 11, i-m). (nih.gov)