Motor nerves


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Motor nerves

Nerves that cause movement when stimulated.
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Hence, the main aim of this study was to provide normal electrophysiological values for upper limb motor nerve conduction parameters in northern Kerala population.
High arches and clawed toes could indicate motor nerve damage.
Similarly, among the motor nerves, the ulnar was maximally affected (18%) followed by the common peroneal (16.
The filter arrangements were within the ranges 20-2,000 Hz for sensory and 2-10,000 Hz for motor nerves.
EMG showed normal responses of the peroneal, tibial and radial motor nerves, the medial and lateral plantar responses showed low amplitudes, and the sural responses were normal.
The term motor neurone disease describes a group of related diseases affecting the motor nerves or neurones in the brain and spinal cord, which pass messages to the muscles telling them what to do.
In the case of diabetic neuropathy, when motor nerves are damaged, muscle coordination in the feet is very poor, which leads to poor weight distribution on the foot, causing patients to add more pressure on certain areas more than others, he said.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to help in locating and mapping motor nerves through the use of mechanomyographic signals and electrical stimulus of nerves.
A case of herpetic eruption in the course of branches of the brachial plexus followed by partial paralysis in corresponding motor nerves.
In the present study, we found that in electro diagnostic studies of median, ulnar, peroneal and tibial nerves in DPN patients there was a significant increase in DML and FWML of all these motor nerves.