Nerve conduction velocity test

Nerve conduction velocity test

A test that measures the time it takes a nerve impulse to travel a specific distance over the nerve after electronic stimulation.
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Test of AN complicated with nervous system diseases: All patients were subjected to disease history inquiry, comprehensive nervous system examination, electromyography, nerve conduction velocity test and immunological examination of cerebrospinal fluid.
A nerve conduction velocity test is used to measure how fast nerve impulses travel along neurons.
Nerve conduction velocity tests can help distinguish between MS and Sjogren's.
He was sued by NJM for false billing of nerve conduction velocity tests for 60 individuals involved in traffic accidents from 1999 through 2004.