Sensory and motor residual latency measurements in helathy patients and patients with neuropathy-part 1.
Median and ulnar nerves were evaluated using established nerve conduction techniques in a control population and in a population of patients with neuropathy. Motor and sensory residual latencies were obtained. The main contributor to the latencies was slowing of the nerve conduction in the smaller attenuated nerve fibres of the hand and fingers.
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