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Furthermore, palm-wrist sensory nerve conduction studies have higher additive diagnostic sensitivity for CTS.
Many laboratories consider palm-wrist sensory nerve conduction studies as a standard diagnostic test for CTS.
Conclusions: Evaluation of sensory neuropathy by utilizing sensory nerve conduction studies can be used as a reliable test for initial diagnosis or monitoring the patients with chronic renal failure.
Out of all the above mentioned investigations, sensory nerve conduction studies have been found to be the most sensitive detector of neuropathy.
Three parameters of sensory nerve conduction studies, latency, amplitude and conduction velocity were measured by electromyographic( EMG) machine.
In this study 16 patients in group I and six patients in group II demonstrated abnormality of either of the parameter of sensory nerve conduction studies i.
Bilateral median and ulnar sensory nerve conduction studies on the second and fifth digit-wrist segments recording from the wrists and medial antebrachial cutaneous (MAC) nerve conduction studies recording from the antebrachial region and stimulating from the area medial to the biceps tendon were recorded.
Sensory nerve conduction studies are normal in C8-T1 radiculopathies and motor neuron disorders which differ in this way from TOS.
Motor and sensory nerve conduction studies in the upper extremities were in the normal ranges.
Motor and sensory nerve conduction studies are usually normal, but repetitive afterdischarges following the compound muscle action potential (M-wave), H-reflex, or F-wave may be observed (3,8,10).