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the development of a person to the fullest physical, psychological, social, vocational, avocational, and educational potential consistent with his or her physiological and anatomic impairment and environmental limitations.
The loss of, or loss of use of, or the derangement of any BODY PART, system or function. (e.g., Paralysis of a limb, inability to talk (aphasia), blindness, bladder or bowel incontinence)
The LOSS OF FUNCTION with the effects on one’s quality of life.
LOSS OF CAPACITY of an individual to meet personal, social, or occupational demands or meet statutory or regulatory requirements.
A DISADVANTAGE FOR A GIVEN INDIVIDUAL resulting from impairment or disability that limits or prevents fulfillment of a “normal” role for that individual.
Electromyography (EMG) at?
Is used for?
activity in the myoneural jx

myopathy or radiculopathys
Electroneurography (NCV) is?
Can be used for?
nerve conduction velocity (myelin)

used to diagnose carpal tunnel