Nathan D Prahlow

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Lateral femoral cutaneous sensory nerve 204 Medial calcaneal sensory nerve 210 Medial femoral cutaneous sensory nerve 214 Peroneal Nerve Deep peroneal sensory nerve 218 Superficial peroneal sensory nerve 222 Posterior femoral cutaneous sensory nerve (medial and intermediate dorsal cutaneous branches) 228 Saphenous Nerve Saphenous sensory nerve (distal(More)
The median and ulnar nerves are often studied during the same electrodiagnostic examination. The sensory and motor latencies of these nerves have been compared to detect a common electrodiagnostic entity: median neuropathy at the wrist. However, this comparison could also be used to diagnose less common ulnar pathology. For this reason, it is important to(More)
The ulnar motor study to the abductor digiti minimi (ADM) is commonly performed, but does not test the terminal deep palmar branch of the ulnar nerve. Although damage to the ulnar nerve most often occurs at the elbow, the damage may occur elsewhere along the course of the nerve, including damage to the deep palmar branch. Ulnar conduction studies of the(More)
Electrodiagnostic study of the medial antebrachial cutaneous (MAC) and lateral antebrachial cutaneous (LAC) nerves is not routinely undertaken. Pathology of either nerve or of the brachial plexus may occur from a variety of causes. Iatrogenic injury of these nerves has been rarely reported, but potential exists for nerve damage with a number of medical(More)
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