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Muscle damage following a heart attack may disrupt normal heart conduction, resulting in a condition known as cardiac dyssynchrony.
Cooper says patients suspected to have COVID-19 related cardiac injury would undergo tests, including a troponin blood test, which can reveal damaged heart muscles cells, and an electrocardiogram or EKG, which can show involvement of the conduction...
Your doctor also may suggest electrophysiologic testing known as electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction studies (NCS).
This may include nerve tests such as nerve conductions and electromyography (EMG), along with imaging exams, such as magnetic resonance imaging, blood tests for alternative causes of inflammation and rarely nerve biopsies.
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