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Radial Sensory Nerve Conduction Study (antidromic)

Last updated on Wednesday, October 7 2009 by jdmiles

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Radial Sensory Nerve Conduction Study (antidromic)
This photograph illustrates the technique for performing a radial sensory nerve conduction study. The recording electrode (G1, black) is placed over the anatomical snuffbox, between the index finger and thumb, at the point where the bones are connected. The reference electrode (G1, red) is placed on proximal phalanx at the base of the thumb. A distance of 10 cm is measured from G1 straight back over the radius bone in the forearm. The nerve is stimulated in the forearm, over the radius bone.

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