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nerve condution studies

Tihomir V Ilić, Snezana Stanković, Nela V Ilić, Sanja V Kostić, Vlado Djajić, Aleksandra Dominović-Kovacević
BACKGROUND/AIM: Diagnostic protocol for patients with degenerative diseases of the cervical spine demands, in parallel with neuroimaging methods, functional evaluation through neurophysiological methods (somatosensitive and motor evoked potentials and electromyoneurography) aiming to evaluate possible subclinical affection of spinal medula resulting in neurological signs of long tract abnormalities. Considering diversities of clinical outcomes for these patients, complex diagnostic evaluation provides a prognosis of the disease progression...
March 2011: Vojnosanitetski Pregled. Military-medical and Pharmaceutical Review
J A Obeso, J F Marti Massó, N Carrera
Spinal cord and central conduction velocities were studied in 12 patients with multiple sclerosis and in 20 healthy volunteers using an indirect method (Dorfman's) that includes the determination of the somatosensory evoked potentials by median and posterior tibial nerves stimulation, latency of the F-waves and motor and sensory conduction velocities in the wrist-elbow segment of the median nerve. Patients with symptoms and signs of demyelination showed very altered conductions in both of the segments studied, but five patients without clinical suspicion of sensory alteration showed normal spinal cord and supraspinal conduction time just in the limit of normality...
March 10, 1980: Medicina Clínica
P Słoniewski, J Moryś, B L Imieliński
In 7 patients with peripheral facial nerve paralysis during the development of pontocerebellar angle tumor or caused by damage to the nerve during surgical removal of the tumour the blink reflex and the peripheral nerve conduction were studied. Additionally, in 5 of these cases clinical and electrophysiological follow-up was carried out after operations of anastomosing of the hypoglossal nerve to the facial nerve. In all these cases the blink reflex was absent after the operation. On the other hand, from the third month on after the anastomotic operation a return was observed of the conduction in the facial nerve...
January 1988: Neurologia i Neurochirurgia Polska
F Buchthal, V Kühl
In three patients sequential studies were performed of sensory and motor conduction after complete section and suture of the median nerve at the wrist and in one patient after partial section of the nerve. The sensory potential evoked by stimuli to digits III and I and recorded proximal to the suture line at the wrist appeared after a delay of three to four months, corresponding to a growth rate of 1.5-2.0 mm per day. From early in the course of regeneration the sensory potential was dispersed in 40 components...
May 1979: Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry
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