Sensory nerve

What is Sensory nerve?

Nerve that brings impulses from the peripheral parts of the body to the brain. They gather information from the environment in the form of stimuli and send to the brain which further interprets and sends back signals of reaction to the external stimuli via motor neurons.

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I have sensory loss of proprioception. Is this from the motor nervous system or the sensory nervous...

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This is from the sensory nervous system.

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I have pure motor CIDP. My main symptom is numbness. Could this be small fiber neuropathy? I am on ivig for 7 weeks and I sometimes notice a...

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Cannot make assumption that you have small fiber neuropathy yet

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Good afternoon. I understand that your diagnosis is...

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I had EMG and NCS. Slow conduction velocities of the motor nerves throughout. Conduction block of bilateral tibial nerves on proximal stimulation....

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Hi! It can show demyelination disorders or problems at neuromuscular junctions. It needs a detailed neurological assement and it can be due to many...

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