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Conduction velocities of compound action potentials of sensory axons of alteral superficial radial (LSR) and dorsal ulnar nerves (DUN) of the dog were determined by averaging potentials evoked and recorded through subcutaneous needle electrodes. Suitable locations for electrodes were identified and specificities of sites for LSR and DUN were verified by(More)
Using a signal-averaging system, potentials evoked by stimulation of nerves in the limbs or tail of dogs were recorded through needle electrodes placed adjacent to the vertebral column. Cord dorsum potentials (consisting of a small triphasic wave followed by a large negative peak and a subsequent slow positive phase) were recorded at the level of the lumbar(More)
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