Nerve conduction study

What is Nerve conduction study?

is a medical diagnostic test commonly used to evaluate the function, especially the ability of electrical conduction, of the motor and sensory nerves of the human body. These tests are performed by medical specialists such as specialists in clinical neurophysiology, neurology and physiatrists .

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I am a very regular long haul flyier but last night on a 13 hours flight I experienced a repeating numbness in each of my hands. I managed to...

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It may be due to compression of the radial nerve roots(called as saturday night palsy).Due to prolonged immobilization in the same direction (for...

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i am having a weird sensation on my ankle. it feels as though there is an ice cube being held to it. the sensation is sometimes so intense it feels...

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Looks like u r having a peripheral nerve injury. Have u hit yourself somewhere lately? How old are u? Are u on any...

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