Professor David Holder: Clinical neurophysiology
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Professor David Holder

Clinical neurophysiology

 

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About me

Professor Holder is a Professor of Biophysics and Clinical Neurophysiology at University College London and an Honorary Consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology at UCL Hospitals.

He has had joint training in Clinical Medicine and Biophysics. He has built up an interdisciplinary engineering/neurophysiology research group which has developed a new approach to imaging function in the brain and nerves, Electrical Impedance Tomography.

He has been a Consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology at the Middlesex Hospital and UCH since 1997 where he undertakes EEG reporting, nerve conduction studies and EMG (electromyography).

Areas of interest

Electroencephalography (EEG); Electromyography (EMG); Nerve conduction studies

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Procedures completed

  • 22023

    Recording and reporting on electromyography and nerve conduction studies (EMG); mononeuropathy (e.g. ulnar), Cx/lumbar radiculopathy, myopathy - (>50)

    Spire Leicester Hospital (5-50) Nuffield Health Leicester Hospital (1-5) Princess Grace Hospital (5-50)

  • 22022

    Recording and reporting on electromyography and nerve conduction studies (EMG); CTS (Bilateral upper limb only) or peripheral neuropathy - (5-50)

  • 22025

    Recording and reporting on electromyography and nerve conduction studies (EMG); myaesthenia gravis (+SFEMG) - (1-5)

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