Changes in long-latency reflexes onset latencies across full-wave rectified and non-rectified recordings.

@article{Sartucci1999ChangesIL,
  title={Changes in long-latency reflexes onset latencies across full-wave rectified and non-rectified recordings.},
  author={Ferdinando Sartucci and Luca Bonfiglio and F Logi and Alberto Pellegrinetti and L. Murri},
  journal={Clinical neurophysiology : official journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={110 11},
  pages={1975-7}
}
Electrically elicited long-latency reflexes (LLRs) were obtained from thenar muscles by either fully rectified or non-rectified raw recordings in 10 healthy volunteers. The LLR II onset latencies were significantly (P < 0.0001) delayed on rectified (mean +/- SD: 49.8+/-2.9 ms) compared to raw (45.3+/-2.3 ms) recordings, with a mean difference of 4.4 ms. These data show that, according to the recording technique employed, the LLR II onset latencies can change considerably. The possible… CONTINUE READING

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