motor nerve


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motor nerve

[′mōd·ər ‚nərv]
(neuroscience)
A nerve composed wholly or principally of motor fibers.
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Breakthrough research funded by CVS/pharmacy and ALS Therapy Alliance cites two new genes that control outgrowth of motor nerve terminals; suppressing one gene may prolong human survival of ALS
Motor Nerve Conduction Studies Distal Other Recording Onset Latency (ms) Nerve Stimulation Stimulation Site Site Sites ULN 125 150 % % Medial Wrist Elbow APB <4.
For all the patients, we recorded parameters such as distal latency (DL), amplitude of compound muscle action potential (CMAP), and motor nerve conduction velocity (MNCV) after stimulation of the median, ulnar, and posterior tibial nerves on both sides.
21,22] But regarding ulnar sensory nerve is more affected in patients with CTS and ulnar motor nerve is more constant in these patients, we also used this for comparison as near fixed parameter.
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.
Leprosy Table-IV: Distrubution of sensory and motor nerve impairment in patients with abnormal RRIV HV.
The motor nerve net of the perradial frenula is also notable in that neuronal density appears greater than that of the velarium or subumbrella (based on qualitative assessments; Satterlie et al.
The presence of a BCG scar, history of reaction, grade of disability, slit skin smear status, sensory and motor nerve status through NCV, lepromin status, and the nature of granuloma through histopathology were determined.
Every two minutes after the injection of spinal anaesthesia until 20 minutes, assessments were made for height of sensory and density of motor nerve block and cardiovascular parameters, including heart rate, systolic and diastolic blood pressures.
In an exciting, related development, a new ALS gene (profilin-1) identified last month by UMMS scientists works in conjunction with EphA4 in neurons to control outgrowth of motor nerve terminals.
Somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEPs); sensory nerve conduction velocity (SNCV) and motor nerve conduction velocity (MNCV) in chronic renal failure.