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Cutaneous touch-pressure, vibration, and thermal cooling detection thresholds were estimated on the skin of one foot for 80 patients with motor neuron disease (MND) and compared with that of more than 300 site, age, and sex-matched healthy controls. Fourteen of the patients had elevated thresholds (greater than or equal to 95th percentile): 7 showed(More)
In this report we describe computer assisted systems to evaluate cutaneous sensation to detect raised thresholds of cutaneous sensation. Normative data has been obtained so that thresholds are known for face, hand and foot. Results show that thresholds vary with site, age, and sex. Among more than 100 diabetic patients whose vibratory, touch-pressure and(More)
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