Fibrillation potentials are due to single muscle fibre contraction and indicate active denervation. They usually occur in neurogenic disorders, e.g. neuropathy.
Slow negative waves preceded by sharp positive spikes. Seen in chronically denervated muscle, e.g. motor neuron disease, but also in acute myopathy, e.g. polymyositis. These waves probably represent injury potentials.
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