MNCVMotor Nerve Conduction Velocity
MNCVMixed Nerve Conduction Velocity (neurology)
MNCVMaximum Nerve Conduction Velocity
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Student's t-test was used for comparing the body weight, thermal threshold, MNCV and pericyte density between the two groups.
The MNCV of the right ulnar nerve in the forearm (BE to wrist) was normal at 53 m/sec (normal >50), with a normal CMAP amplitude of 7.2 mV (normal >5) at the BE stimulation site.
The MNCV was 18.6 [+ or -] 12.5 m/s (0-51.0 m/s) in the median nerves and was slower than 38 m/s in 13 cases.
The loss of significant protection from diabetic neuropathy in MNCV with the highest doses of Angipars suggested the possibility that Angipars receptor subtypes may have different functional and/or opposing effects.
MNCV (ms) = Distance between two points (m)/Difference value in latent period of two ends (s),
At age 15 weeks, rats were weighed, blood samples for glucose measurements were taken from the tail vein, and assessment of motor and sensory nerve conduction velocities (MNCVs and SNCVs, respectively) and small sensory nerve fiber function was performed.
Sensory and Motor nerve abnormalities assessed using SNCV and MNCV Level of Sensory conduction Group A (n = 41) Group B (n = 57) Normal 109(33%) 96 (21%) Abnormal 75 82 No conduction 144 278 Total 328 456 Level of Motor conduction Group A (n = 41) Group B (n = 57) Normal 104(32%) 123(27%) Abnormal 194 283 No conduction 30 50 Total 328 456 Table 3.
Both sensory nerve conduction velocity (SNCV) & motor nerve conduction velocity (MNCV) of all nerves was less in diabetics compared to non-diabetics.
The objectives of the present study were to study the electrophysiological effects following recurrent exposure to low-dose OP pesticides, by recording motor nerve conduction velocity (MNCV) in rural population.
Motor sciatic nerve conduction velocity (MNCV) was calculated: MNCV (m/s) = distance from stimulating electrode to recording electrode/latency.
Motor nerve conduction velocity (MNCV) was determined between the ankle and sciatic notch using a Neuropak NEM-3102 instrument (Nihon-Koden, Osaka, Japan), as previously described [42, 49, 50].