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Table. 4.

Table. 4.

Nerve Conduction Studies 28-Year-Old Patient

Nerve Latency (msec) Distance (cm) Velocity (m/sec) Amplitude Comments
Distal Proximal Distal Proximal Distal Proximal
4 weeks after initial trauma
Right peroneal motor (EDB) - - - - - - - Unobtainable
Right peroneal motor (TA) 2.9 0.8 mV Low amplitude
Right superficial peroneal sensory O/P 4.3/4.9 14 32.5 4.0 μV Delayed latency
Slow NCV
Low amplitude
Right sural sensory O/P 3.5/4.3 14 40 11.2 μV Delayed latency
Slow NCV
9 months after initial trauma
Right peroneal motor (EDB) - - - - - - - Unobtainable
Right peroneal motor (TA) 2.1 2.3 mV Normal
Right superficial peroneal sensory O/P 3.8/4.5 14 50 5.6 μV Delayed latency
Low amplitude
Right sural sensory O/P 2.8/3.5 14 50 8.6 μV Normal

EDB: extensor digitorum brevis, TA: tibialis anterior, O/P: onset latency/peak latency, NCV: nerve conduction study, -: unobtainable.

J Korean Foot Ankle Soc 2022;26:136-42 https://doi.org/10.14193/jkfas.2022.26.3.136
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