forearm velocity studies

Some authors investigated the median nerve functionality at the forearm in healthy subjects and patients with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), and results are consistent with a retrograde dysfunction of the nerve existed as a result of distal compression at the wrist. A marked slowing of forearm conduction velocity was observed in CTS patients, and they suggested that it was due to retrograde axonal atrophy rather than a conduction block of the large myelinating fibers.

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