R. Seiberth

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The innervation of the right M. extensor digitorum brevis was investigated in 52 subjects with the aid of stimulation electromyography. In 13 cases (25%) a particular branch of the superficial branch of the peroneal nerve, the accessory deep peroneal nerve, could be identified. In 1 case it alone, and in 12 cases, together with the deep peroneal nerve,(More)
In 337 patients various reasons led to an electromyographic investigation of the thenar muscles and frequently of the hypothenar muscles as well. Conduction velocity studies of the median and ulnar nerves were also performed. Five cases were found with concomitant innervation and two cases with exclusive innervation of the opponens pollicis muscle by the(More)
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