Acta Scientific Neurology (ASNE) (ISSN: 2582-1121)

Review Article Volume 3 Issue 1

Comparative Analysis of 100 Patients with Clinical Diagnosis of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and EMG-ENG for Confirmation. Comparison of Distal Motor Latencies of the Median Motor in Relation to The Classic "Comparison of Interpeptic Sensory Latencies Between The 4th Median-Ulnar Antidromic Finger". Relationship Between Both Values

Angel Molina Leon*

Clinical Neurophysiology Service, Medical Center Virgen de la Caridad, Cartagena, Servant of Clinical Neurophysiology of The Hospital Complex of Santa Lucia, Cartagena, Murcia

*Corresponding Author: Angel Molina Leon, Clinical Neurophysiology Service, Medical Center Virgen de la Caridad, Cartagena, Servant of Clinical Neurophysiology of the Hospital Complex of Santa Lucia, Cartagena, Murcia.

Received: May 21, 2019; Published: December 23, 2019

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Abstract

  In this study, we would like to emphasize the comparison of the 4th median-ulnar finger antidromic technique recognized and used in a large number of neurophysiology laboratories worldwide, in addition to other determinations and relate these values to the motor latency of the median. According to the Spanish EMG manual of Dr. Jimenez [1,2] in his "Manual of clinical electromyography". The comparison in the antidromic sensory conduction of the median and ulnar nerves between the wrist and the 4th finger where the driving distance is about 14 cm in both cases, interim latency values greater than 0.35 msec. and the latency of the start of the sensory potential greater than 0.43 msec. they are abnormal, the higher value corresponding to the antidromic sensitive evoked potential of the median.

Keywords: Comparative Analysis; Clinical Diagnosis

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References

  1. Cortesía del libro. “Electromiography And Neuromuscular Disorders” David Preston and Barbara E. Shapiro. Edition 2. Editorial Elsevier. 
  2. Manuel De Elctromiografia Clinica. Jimenez. Madrid. 
  3. Bodosky EB KD., et al. “A sensitive new median –ulnar technique for diagnosing mild Carpal Tunnel Syndrome”. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 45.3 (2005): 139-144.
  4. Eogan M., et al. “Mediann and ulnar nerve conduccition in pregnancy”. International Journal Gynecology 87.3 (2004): 233-236.
  5. Hector Jose najera Diaz., et al.  “Valor diagnostico del estudio comparativo de conducción nerviosa perifierica mediano- cubital en el Sd del Tunel carpiano”. 
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Citation

Citation: Angel Molina Leon. “Comparative Analysis of 100 Patients with Clinical Diagnosis of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and EMG-ENG for Confirmation. Comparison of Distal Motor Latencies of the Median Motor in Relation to The Classic "Comparison of Interpeptic Sensory Latencies Between The 4th Median-Ulnar Antidromic Finger". Relationship Between Both Values”.Acta Scientific Neurology 3.1 (2020): 37-42.



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