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Ann Clin Neurophysiol. 2003; 5(2): 192-196.
Nerve Conduction Study of Lateral DorsalCutaneous Branch of Sural Nerve
Sung-Je Kim, and Dong-Kuck Lee
Copyright © 2003 The Korean Society of Clinical Neurophysiology
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The Lateral dorsal cutaneous branch of sural nerve (LDCB) is a terminal sensory branch of lower extremities. It canbe injured frequently in peripheral nerves. However, the normal data of each component of nerve conduction study(NCS) of were not studied at this time. The Nerve Conduction Study of LDCB adults were assessed for amplitude, area,duration and nerve conduction velocity (NCV) in normal fifty. We also evaluated how age, sex and dexterity affect thevarious components of NCS. The Mean amplitude of LDCB was 9.45
Key words: Lateral dorsal cutaneous branch of sural nerve, Nerve conduction study
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