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Lambert outlined features, since referred to as the ‘‘Lambert criteria,’’ that he considered supportive of the diagnosis of ALS. He was careful to point out that the EMG ﬁndings in ALS are not pathognomonical, and also emphasized the importance of fasciculation potentials, which have been given less status in later diagnostic criteria (93). His reports on the electrophysiology of ALS are still considered unmatched for their broad description and deep insight (94). He was the president of the American Association of Electromyography and Electrodiagnosis in 1956, and was awarded its lifetime achievement award.
A. Thomas M. A. Wendy Johnston Neurology, University of Alberta, Alberta, Canada Jean-Pierre Julien Department of Anatomy and Physiology, Research Centre of CHUQ, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada Edward J. A. A. , and Department of Neurology, Neurological Institute, Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Fukuoka, Japan Jiming Kong Department of Human Anatomy and Cell Science, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada xxiv Contributors Lisa S. A. A. K. A. Lan Chi T. A. A. Jesse McLean Department of Cell Biology, Robarts Research Institute, London, Ontario, Canada Vincent Meininger France Fe´de´ration de Neurolgie Mazarin, Hoˆpital Salpe´trie`re, Paris, Robert G.
10 Gordon Lou was physically active and durable, as were other athletes who developed ALS. This has led to the hypothesis that athleticism may be a risk factor for ALS. Over the course of his consecutive game streak, Gehrig suffered a broken thumb, a broken toe, and back spasms. X-rays taken during his career showed 17 healed fractures in all (69). Lou, typical of those with ALS, was also a quiet and noble person. He handled his illness the same way he conducted himself in health, seeing himself ‘‘not a mere victim of a form of paralysis but a symbol of hope for thousands of sufferers of the same disorder’’ (70).