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Nerve Conduction Studies

Nerve Conduction Studies

A nerve conduction study is used to diagnose common conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar neuropathy, and peripheral neuropathy.

Small electrical impulses are used to evaluate nerve integrity.  Nerves in the arm and leg have both sensory and motor function.  This study will evaluate whether conduction pathways are transmitting information appropriately.

Very specialized studies may be used to evaluate diseases, such as Myasthenia Gravis, which affects the junction where nerves connect with muscle fibers.

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