Cutaneous nerve stimulation and motoneuronal excitability: I, soleus and tibialis anterior excitability after ipsilateral and contralateral sural nerve stimulation.

@article{Delwaide1981CutaneousNS,
  title={Cutaneous nerve stimulation and motoneuronal excitability: I, soleus and tibialis anterior excitability after ipsilateral and contralateral sural nerve stimulation.},
  author={P. J. Delwaide and Paolo Crenna and M H Fl{\'e}ron},
  journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry},
  year={1981},
  volume={44 8},
  pages={699-707}
}
Modification of soleus and anterior tibial anterior horn cell excitability following ipsilateral and contralateral stimulations of the sural nerve was studied by either the H reflex (for the soleus and anterior tibial muscles) or the F response (for the anterior tibial muscles). Several intensities of stimulation were employed. In every instance the recovery curves showed two distinct peaks of facilitation, which appeared with the same delay in muscles with antagonist functions. Also… CONTINUE READING

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