Joseen Finnegan

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myo-Inositol, 500 mg twice a day, given to seven diabetic patients for two weeks, increased the amplitude of the evoked action potentials of the median, sural, and popliteal nerves by an average of 76%, 160%, and 40%, respectively. There was no significant change in the conduction velocities of these nerves, myo-Inositol may be valuable in the treatment of(More)
In a review of twelve cases of Friedreich's ataxia, the important criteria for early diagnosis were identified. Clinical signs included absent tendon reflexes, ataxic gait, and a positive Romberg test. Nerve conduction velocities showed absent or severely slowed sensory conduction, with normal motor conduction. In addition, echocardiographic changes of(More)
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