digit-wrist (long distance) studies

In the digit-wrist studiesĀ the sensory nerve action potentials (SNAPs) are recorded proximally (orthodromic method) or distally (antidromic method) from the stimulation site using a 13 or 14 cm length of the median nerve with the proximal portion passing through the carpal tunnel. While most authors used digit II (index finger) for stimulation or recording, some prefer to use the digit III (middle finger) to evaluate median sensory functionality.

S1 (Dawson, 1956) BUY CHAPTER
S1 (Dawson, 1956) BUY CHAPTER
S2 (Gilliatt and Sears, 1958) BUY CHAPTER
S2 (Gilliatt and Sears, 1958) BUY CHAPTER
S3 (Mayer, 1963) BUY CHAPTER
S3 (Mayer, 1963) BUY CHAPTER
S4 (Melvin et al., 1966) BUY CHAPTER
S4 (Melvin et al., 1966) BUY CHAPTER
S5 (Melvin et al., 1966) BUY CHAPTER
S5 (Melvin et al., 1966) FREE CHAPTER
S9 (Casey and Le Quesne, 1972) BUY CHAPTER
S9 (Casey and Le Quesne, 1972) BUY CHAPTER
S10 (Buchthal et al., 1974) BUY CHAPTER
S10 (Buchthal et al., 1974) BUY CHAPTER
S39 (Kothari et al., 1995) BUY CHAPTER
S39 (Kothari et al., 1995) BUY CHAPTER
S41 (Seror, 1996) BUY CHAPTER
S41 (Seror, 1996) BUY CHAPTER