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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 6: An example of the superimposed view of the electromyography activity all of the cycles overlapped revealing graphically the increase in variability that occurs with dysfunction. While normal subjects have consistent patterns of muscle activity during chewing, in the dysfunctional subject the activity is far more variable, with nonworking side activity sometimes exceeding working side activity (as in this case for Mm and Da)

Figure 6: An example of the superimposed view of the electromyography activity all of the cycles overlapped revealing graphically the increase in variability that occurs with dysfunction. While normal subjects have consistent patterns of muscle activity during chewing, in the dysfunctional subject the activity is far more variable, with nonworking side activity sometimes exceeding working side activity (as in this case for Mm and Da)