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Your doctor inserts a needle electrode through your skin into various muscles. The test evaluates the electrical activity of your muscles when they contract and when they're at rest. Abnormalities in muscles seen in an EMG can help doctors diagnose or rule out ALS. An EMG can also help guide your exercise therapy. Nerve conduction study.Who gets ALS and why?
The exact causes remain unclear, but may include contact with chemicals or metals, injuries, infections, or the intense physical activity needed to serve. Those who were in the Gulf War are more likely to get ALS compared with other veterans. Intense activity: The most famous person to have ALS was Lou Gehrig, the baseball player who died from it.What happens in the last stage of ALS?
What Happens in the Last Stage of ALS? In the last stages of ALS, the majority of voluntary muscles suffer from paralysis, and the muscles that bring air into and out of the lungs no longer function properly. Patients in this phase of the disease require significant medical assistance, according to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.