Threshold tracking techniques in the study of human peripheral nerve.

@article{Bostock1998ThresholdTT,
  title={Threshold tracking techniques in the study of human peripheral nerve.},
  author={Hugh Bostock and Katia Cikurel and D. P. Burke},
  journal={Muscle & nerve},
  year={1998},
  volume={21 2},
  pages={137-58}
}
Conventional electrophysiological tests of nerve function focus on the number of conducting fibers and their conduction velocity. These tests are sensitive to the integrity of the myelin sheath, but provide little information about the axonal membrane. Threshold tracking techniques, in contrast, test nerve excitability, which depends on the membrane properties of the axons at the site of stimulation. These methods are sensitive to membrane potential, and to changes in membrane potential caused… CONTINUE READING
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