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Musculocutaneous Motor Nerve Conduction Study - recording the Biceps, Stimulating at Axilla

Last updated on Wednesday, October 7 2009 by jdmiles

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Musculocutaneous Motor Nerve Conduction Study - recording the Biceps, Stimulating at Axilla
This photograph illustrates the technique for a musculocutaneous motor nerve conduction study. The recording electrode (G1, black) is placed over the belly of the biceps muscle. Stimulation occurs in the axilla, just beneath the tendon.



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