Manual Of Nerve Conduction Velocity And Clinical Neurophysiology (Books)
The Third Edition of the definitive reference manual provides expert guidance for performing motor and sensory nerve conduction velocity and latency studies, as well as repetitive stimulation of motor nerves. In nearly twenty chapters, this accessible guide describes each nerve conduction technique step by step, complemented by detailed illustrations showing the location of active, reference, ground, and stimulating electrodes. The book provides ready access to standardised values for these studies and covers nerves both commonly and uncommonly tested in the EMG laboratory. Included are new sections on itraoperatice monitoring using somatosensory evoked potentials; auditory and visual evoked potentials; magnetoelectric stimulation; the motor unit action potential analysis; and single fiber EMG. The book's extensive coverage begins with the cranial nerves and cervical plexus, continues with nerves of the upper extremity, then the intercostal nerves, then the nerves of the lower extremity. This is followed by reflexes, late waves and long latencies; conduction studies in premature infants and children; and repetitive stimulation.
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