Hans M. Jacobi

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Secondary responses of the soleus muscle were elicited by electrical intranerval stimulation of the tibial nerve using needle electrodes, 15–25 μ in diameter at the tip. Surface electrodes and intramuscular wire electrodes were used for recording. Two potentials with latencies longer than that of the direct response could be elicited in the soleus muscle,(More)
8 patients with the Adie-syndrome and areflexia of the soleus muscle were investigated and compared with normal subjects: the motor function was normal, the electromyogram, the motor and sensory nerve conduction velocity were within the normal limit. The nerve action potential of the ischiadic nerve was normal. Recording the mechanically elicited afferents(More)