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Nerve conduction velocity distribution (CVD) study is a newly-developed electrodiagnostic method for detecting alterations in the composition of nerve fibres according to their conduction velocity. The presence of subclinical neuropathy was evaluated in 138 diabetic patients by CVD study of four motor nerves (external popliteal and ulnar nerves bilaterally)(More)
We evaluated 44 old patients (mean age 84 years) in order to study the frequency of headaches. The frequency found in our sample is higher in comparison to other studies. Further studies including a larger number of patients are needed to obtain more incisive results.
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