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Zen Nihon Shinkyu Gakkai zasshi (Journal of the Japan Society of Acupuncture and Moxibustion)
Electrical activities detected from the experimentally-induced trigger points in human subjects . Objectives: To examine the pathogenic mechanisms of the trigger points , electrical activities were recorded from the experimentally-induced trigger points. Methods: Nine healthy volunteers who gave informed consent were used . The adjustable loads were set around the third finger and repetitive eccentric contraction was loaded on the extensor digital muscles . The subjects were asked to keep thedoi:10.3777/jjsam.52.24 fatcat:w74bkqd5ebanfnkgqj6dwsbz3e