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The tensor tympani, stapedius, and tensor veli palatini muscles--an electromyographic study.

Electromyographic recordings of the activity of the tensor veli palatini, tensor tympani, and stapedius muscles were obtained from several adult human subjects. Muscle responses were recorded under four stimulus conditions, ie, contralateral intense wide-band noise, air jet to the eye, swallow, and electrical stimulation of the tongue. The results indicated that the two tensor muscles responded to the same stimuli in similar patterns. The latter muscle differed from the response of the stapedius.[1]


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