Does the conduction velocity distribution change along the nerve?


Nerve conduction velocity distribution (CVD) is a very useful tool to examine the state and function of nerves. Only one record of compound action potential (CAP) may be sufficient to determine the CVD if the shape functions of the single fiber action potentials (SFAP) of fibers are known. Otherwise, CAP recordings from different locations are necessary to… (More)


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