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Peripheral Nervous System and Neurologic Exam - Question 5
Which of the following is most likely to be helpful in diagnosing a lesion within the peripheral nervous system
 
Electromyography and Neuromuscular Disorders - Chapter 1 Quiz - Question 2
True or False: There are very few ways in which technical factors can adversely affect the accuracy of nerve conduction studies or EMGs.
 
Pain in the forearm 03
A 25 year-old woman presents complaining of pain and tingling in her right arm. The pain is in her wrist, forearm, and elbow. The tingling is in her thumb and index finger. She says it's been going on for about 4 weeks, and getting worse. It frequently wakes her up at night...
 
Ascending Weakness 01
A 19 year-old, previously healthy police officer presents with a 4 day history of worsening ascending weakness, which began shortly after he started complaining of severe abdominal pain. On exam, he is delirious. The cranial nerves appear intact. He has diffuse, symmetric weakness...
 
A Flaccid Body!
A 21-year-old college student is brought to the ER short of breath 2 days after having difficulty walking which started 4 days ago. The patient is dyspneic but fully conscious.Examination reveals flaccid areflexic quadriparesis of grade 2, proximal and distal, with normal sensation...
 
Release my hand, please!
A 26-year-old man visits the physician's office with excessive day time sleepiness. His face is long, thin, and has bilateral ptoses without frontalis overaction but there no is ocular weakness. He is wearing a wig. Which one of the following is inconsistent with the diagnosis of myotonia dystrophica
 
Fabry Disease 01
Which of the following statements about Fabry disease is most accurate
 



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Nerve Conduction Studies for Electrodiagnostic Technologists
A searchable, illustrated tutorial for nerve conduction studies, by Steven Arbogat, D.O., and J. Douglas Miles, M.D., Ph.D.This tutorial covers a wide array of nerve conduction studies (NCS). We have attempted to organize the tutorial in a logical approach...
 
Upper Extremity Nerve Conduction Studies
MotorAxillary Motor Nerve - recording the Deltoid  Median and Ulnar motor nerves- Recording the 2nd Lumbrical and interossei Median Motor Study - Recording the Abductor Pollicis Brevis Musculocutaneous Motor Nerve - recording the Biceps  Radial Motor Nerve...
 
Motor Nerve Conduction Studies
Axillary Axillary Motor Nerve - recording the DeltoidFacial Facial Motor Nerve – recording the Orbicularis OculiFemoralFemoral Motor Nerve - recording the Rectus FemorisMedian Median Palmar Mixed Nerve (orthodromic) Median Motor Study - Recording the...
 
Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS) Tutorial
All Nerves   Upper Extremity Nerve Conduction Studies Lower Extremity Nerve Conductions  Motor Nerve Conduction Studies Sensory Nerves  Special Studies      These are studies not performed on a regular basis, including facial motor responses, repetitive nerve...
 
Median Sensory Nerve - Recording the index finger (antidromic)
Origin:  C6-C7 roots, upper and middle trunk and lateral cord of the brachial plexus, median nerveRecording Site:  Index fingerReference Site:  Index fingerGround:  Palm or top of handStimulation Site:  WristProcedure:  The recording electrode is placed on the proximal phalanx of the index finger...
 
Normal Value Disclaimer
Please be awere that each lab may have its own normal values. These can vary based upon age, temperature, technique and equipment.Age generally leads to a lower amplitude and a prolonged distal latency.  Temperature has significant effects on nerve conduction studies...
 
Question on Upper Extremity Nerve Conduction Study normal values
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EMG Tutorial
A searchable, illustrated tutorial for electrodiagnsotic studies, by Steven Arbogat, D.O., and J. Douglas Miles, M.D., Ph.D.This tutorial covers both nerve conduction studies (NCS) and electromyography (EMG). We have attempted to organize the tutorial in a...
 
Nerve Conduction Studies
All Nerves   Upper Extremity Nerve Conduction Studies Lower Extremity Nerve Conductions  Motor Nerve Conduction Studies Sensory Nerves  Special Studies      These are studies not performed on a regular basis, including facial motor responses, repetitive nerve...
 
Upper Extremity Nerve Conduction Studies
MotorAxillary Motor Nerve - recording the Deltoid  Median and Ulnar motor nerves- Recording the 2nd Lumbrical and interossei Median Motor Study - Recording the Abductor Pollicis Brevis Musculocutaneous Motor Nerve - recording the Biceps  Radial Motor Nerve...
 
Motor Nerve Conduction Studies
Axillary Axillary Motor Nerve - recording the DeltoidFacial Facial Motor Nerve – recording the Orbicularis OculiFemoralFemoral Motor Nerve - recording the Rectus FemorisMedian Median Palmar Mixed Nerve (orthodromic) Median Motor Study - Recording the...
 
Median Sensory Nerve - Recording the index finger (antidromic)
Origin:  C6-C7 roots, upper and middle trunk and lateral cord of the brachial plexus, median nerveRecording Site:  Index fingerReference Site:  Index fingerGround:  Palm or top of handStimulation Site:  WristProcedure:  The recording electrode is placed on the proximal phalanx of the index finger...
 
Normal Value Disclaimer
Please be awere that each lab may have its own normal values. These can vary based upon age, temperature, technique and equipment.Age generally leads to a lower amplitude and a prolonged distal latency.  Temperature has significant effects on nerve conduction studies...
 
Copy of Median Sensory Nerve - Recording the index finger (antidromic)
Origin:  C6-C7 roots, upper and middle trunk and lateral cord of the brachial plexus, median nerveRecording Site:  Index fingerReference Site:  Index fingerGround:  Palm or top of handStimulation Site:  WristProcedure:  The recording electrode is placed on the proximal phalanx of the index finger...