After-effect of microneurography in humans. Part IV.


Twenty subjects were followed up to three months after microneurographic recording of sympathetic nerve fiber activity to determine the nature and incidence of sequelae to the invasive microneurographic procedure. Skin or muscle parethesias lasting two weeks on the average were reported by the majority of subjects. Nine percent of the subjects also reported… (More)


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@article{Littell1981AftereffectOM, title={After-effect of microneurography in humans. Part IV.}, author={E H Littell}, journal={Physical therapy}, year={1981}, volume={61 11}, pages={1585-6} }