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CPT Assistant April 2002
Neuromuscular Junction Studies (NMJ) (95937)
Repetitive stimulation studies are used to identify and to differentiate disorders of the NMJ. This test consists of recording muscle responses to a series of nerve stimuli (at variable rates), both before, and at various intervals after, exercise or transmission of high-frequency stimuli. This code may be used in association with motor and sensory NCSs of the same nerve and may be reported separately. When this study is performed, the physician's report should note characteristics of the test, including the rate of repetition of stimulation, and any significant incremental or decremental response.
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