Gonzalo Barraza-Sandoval

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Nociceptive inputs reach the CNS by means of small myelinated and unmyelinated fibers. Owing to this, conventional nerve conduction studies and electromyography are less likely to demonstrate abnormalities in neuropathies affecting nociceptive fibers than in those involving large myelinated fibers. Therefore, to characterize painful neuropathies, clinicians(More)
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