Manual of Nerve Conduction Studies

@inproceedings{Buschbacher1999ManualON,
  title={Manual of Nerve Conduction Studies},
  author={Ralph M. Buschbacher},
  year={1999}
}
Manual of nerve conduction studies / , Manual of nerve conduction studies / , کتابخانه دیجیتال جندی شاپور اهواز 
Nerve Conduction Studies and Needle EMG
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The basic neurophysiology underlying nerve conduction study and needle EMG testing are presented in this chapter along with the patterns of abnormalities encountered in focal and diffuse neurogenic disorders. Expand
Electrodiagnostic Testing of the Peripheral Nerves
Electrodiagnostic examination (EDX) consists of two major parts: nerve conduction studies (NCS), including long latency reflex testing (F-waves), and needle electromyography (EMG). In addition,Expand
Chapter 13 Neurography – motor and sensory nerve conduction studies
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Sensory- and motor-nerve-conduction studies are among the most important single methods used in a clinical neurophysiology (CNP) laboratory and can be used to localize and characterize the severity and pathophysiology of neuropathies. Expand
Carpal tunnel syndrome diagnosis.
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Electrodiagnostic testing is the objective method used to measure median nerve dysfunction at the wrist and confirm the clinical diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome. Expand
Neural conduction and excitability following a simple warm up.
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The findings support previous data which demonstrate an improvement in muscular conduction time and subsequent improvement in athletic performance post warm up and make evident that changes in muscularConduction time are a global response towarm up and are not directly related to muscular activity. Expand
Patient-Reported Disability Measures Do Not Correlate with Electrodiagnostic Severity in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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Electrophysiologic studies including electromyography and nerve conduction studies play a role in the evaluation of carpal tunnel syndrome, despite evidence that these studies do not correlate with CTS-specific symptom scores, and a counterintuitive correlation between more-severe electrodiagnostic findings and decreased physical disability is found. Expand
Imaging and electrodiagnostic work-up of acute adult brachial plexus injuries
Imaging and electrodiagnostic studies form an essential part of the evaluation of the patient with traumatic brachial plexopathy, enabling clarification of surgical options, prognostication ofExpand
Changes in Transmission of Lower Limbs Nerves After Varicose Veins Operations with Saphenous Vein Stripping
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The varicose veins operations have the significantly bad influence on the saphenous nerve transmission and can cause a transient injury of the tibial and peroneal nerves. Expand
Chapter 25 Commonly tested nerves in the shoulder girdle and upper limb
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This chapter describes the methods of studying commonly tested nerves in the shoulder girdle and upper limb, preceded by a brief outline of the anatomy with the emphasis on the clinically relevant features. Expand
AMPLITUDO SENSORY NEURON ACTION POTENTIAL USING AS INSTALLATION OF POLYNEUROPATHY DIAGNOSIS
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There is a significant relationship between SNAP amplitude reduction with the diagnosis of polyneuropathy and electrodiagnostic method. Expand
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References

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Sensory nerve conduction studies of the less frequently examined nerves.
The normal values of latency, amplitude and conduction velocity of the sensory nerve action potentials of a group of infrequently or even rarely examined nerves, are reported. A number of preliminaryExpand
Intercostal nerve conduction study in man.
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A new surface technique for the conduction study of the lower intercostal nerves has been developed and applied to 30 normal subjects and CMAP of reproducible latencies and waveforms with sharp take-off points were obtained. Expand
Conduction studies of the saphenous nerve in healthy subjects.
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An easily performed and reproducible method is described for the antidromic determination of conduction velocity in the saphenous nerve, which should be useful in the electrodiagnostic evaluation of peripheral neuropathy, femoral neuropathy and sa phenous nerve entrapment syndrome. Expand
Hypoglossal nerve conduction in normal subjects
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A nerve conduction method is demonstrated for cranial nerve XII, the hypoglossal nerve and should expand the electrophysiological assessment of XII Cranial nerve motor function. Expand
Vaginal pudendal nerve stimulation: a new technique for assessment of pudendal nerve terminal motor latency
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A new method for investigation of pudendal nerve terminal motor latency (PNTML) and the reproducibility of the method is assessed to evaluate vaginal stimulation of the pudENDal nerve. Expand
Accessory nerve conduction in neck dissection subjects.
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Subjects after neck dissection showed abnormalities of evoked responses and abnormal spontaneous discharges in electromyographic studies of the upper trapezius. Expand
Phrenic nerve conduction studies
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Diaphragmatic compound motor action potentials were mapped at close intervals over 4 hemithoraces of two subjects, finding optimum recording sites which were then used to quantitate artifacts due to EKG, chest wall EMG, and configurational thoracic changes of respiration, showing ease of application and good side‐to‐side agreement for DCMAP laterncies. Expand
Phrenic nerve conduction study in normal subjects
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Phrenic nerve conduction studies were performed in 50 phrenic nerves from 25 normal subjects using a technique modified from previously described methods and found good right‐left agreement and reproducibility. Expand
The superficial peroneal sensory nerve revisited.
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  • Medicine
  • Archives of neurology
  • 1981
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A new technique for studying the sensory response of the superficial peroneal nerve is described, which does not require visualization of the nerve, is easily reproducible, and is simple to perform. Expand
Proximal peroneal nerve conduction velocity: Recording from anterior tibial and peroneus brevis muscles
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Normal values are established by a simple standardized method using 34 subjects in patients with motor nerve conduction velocity problems when the extensor digitorum brevis is completely atrophied and does not respond to stimulation. Expand
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