By Hang J. Lee MD, Joel A. DeLisa MD MS
This guide is a realistic, illustrated how-to advisor to the correct suggestions and electrode placements for universal nerve conduction reports. the 1st part describes each one nerve conduction research, together with placement of electrodes, common electromyography gear settings, basic values, and pearls and pitfalls. the second one part presents unique assurance of floor anatomy for needle electromyography and indicates the place to put the needles for every muscle. greater than 2 hundred transparent photos display right placement of needle electrodes. Chapters in each one part stick to a constant series and are written in define structure to assist readers locate info speedy.
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62 63 Recording Electrode Placements E1 and E2 The E1 and E2 electrodes embedded in a plastic bar are placed at the first web space between the first and second metatarsal bones on the dorsum of the foot. Stimulation The stimulating cathode is placed near the dorsalis pedis (identified by palpation) near the ankle joint, just lateral to the extensor hallucis longus tendon and 8 to 10 cm proximal to the E1 recording electrode. 7â antidromic studies: distance, 12 cm. 4 42 Â± 5 8 Posas et al. â antidromic studies: distance, 10 cm.
E2 The reference electrode is positioned 3 cm proximal to the E1 electrode. Stimulation The stimulation is performed at the midpoint of the thenar area. 13 Set-ups for the recording electrode placements and stimulation are just the reverse of the orthodromic method. 45 Ulnar Nerve (Fig. 3-19) 37 38 Figure 3-19. Anatomy for the ulnar nerve conduction study. Ulnar Motor Nerve Conduction Study to Abductor Digiti Minimi (Fig. 3-20) Figure 3-20. A: Ulnar nerve motor conduction to the abductor digiti minimi.
37 radialis and palmaris longus and ideally proximal to the distal wrist crease. Supramaximal stimulus is applied to the median nerve. • Midpalm The stimulation is applied 7 cm distal to the point of wrist stimulation at the midpalm, ideally distal to the carpal tunnel. On the midpalm stimulation, a short distance between the stimulating cathode and recording electrodes and higher stimulus intensities may evoke a distortion of sensory potentials due to shock artifacts. Rotation of the anode to the cathode in the palm may help to minimize the distortion.