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A Diagnostic Dilemma: Normal Repetitive Nerve Stimulation in Lambert-Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome

Jeong YH, Seok HY

It is important for the diagnosis of Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome (LEMS) to confirm the incremental response at high-rate stimulation or after brief exercise in the repetitive nerve stimulation (RNS) test....
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Reference Standards for Nerve Conduction Studies of Individual Nerves of Lower Extremity With Expanded Uncertainty in Healthy Korean Adults

Kim JY, Kim E, Shim HS, Lee JH, Lee GJ, Kim K, Lim JY, Beom J, Lee SY, Lee SU, Chung SG, Oh BM

Objective To develop a set of reference standards for tibial motor, common peroneal motor, sural sensory, and superficial peroneal sensory nerve conduction studies (NCSs) with expanded uncertainty in a healthy...
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Guillain-Barre Syndrome After Two COVID-19 Vaccinations: Two Case Reports With Follow-up Electrodiagnostic Study

Kim JW, Kim YG, Park YC, Choi S, Lee S, Min HJ, Kim MJ

Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) is an immune-mediated acute polyradiculoneuropathy and commonly occurs after a preceding infection or immunization sequalae. Following the severe acute respiratory syndrome-coronavirus-2 virus pandemic with co-introduction of massive...
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Localization of Ulnar Neuropathy at the Wrist Using Motor and Sensory Ulnar Nerve Segmental Studies

Kim KH, Kim BS, Kim MJ, Kim DH

Background and Purpose Diagnosing ulnar neuropathy at the wrist (UNW) is often challenging, and performing several short segmental studies have been suggested for achieving this. We aimed to determine the...
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Electrodiagnostic Follow-Up of COVID-19-Associated Critical Illness Polyneuropathy: A Case Report

Choi K, Kim M, Lee SM, Kim J

Neurologic complications have been reported in patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Here, we report a case of post-COVID-19 critical illness polyneuropathy and describe the longitudinal follow-up. A 73-year-old woman...
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Hypokalemic Paralysis: A Report of Two Different Cases

Jeong EJ, Lee HI, Yoo HJ, Kwon HK, Lee HJ, Pyun SB

Hypokalemic paralysis is a cause of acute paralysis that can be classified as primary (familial) or secondary according to its etiology. Routine electrodiagnostic examinations can be normal between attacks, potentially...
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Juvenile-Onset Relapsing Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy: A Case Report

Myung JH, Kwon SW, Byeon JH, Pyun SB

Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (CIDP) is an acquired, immune-mediated condition. It is a symmetric, motor-predominant neuropathy that results in both proximal and distal limb muscle weakness and is characterized by...
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Ulnar Nerve Conduction Studies: Reference Standards with Extended Uncertainty in Healthy South Korean Adults

Chae HJ, Kim E, Lee JH, Lee GJ, Park J, Lim JY, Lee SY, Lee SU, Chung SG, Oh BM

Objective: To develop reference standards for motor and sensory ulnar nerve conduction studies (NCSs) in the South Korean population with a detailed consideration of uncertainty. Methods: Standardized ulnar motor and sensory...
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Is Abnormal Electrodiagnostic Finding Related to the Cross-Sectional Area of the Nerve Root in Cervical Radiculopathy?

Jeoung J, Choi HS, Woo SR, Kang S, Yoon JS

Objective To assess the relevance of electrodiagnosis (EDX) in the cross-sectional area (CSA) of the nerve root of patients with cervical radiculopathy (CR) by using high-resolution ultrasonography (HRUS). Methods The CSAs...
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Spontaneous Bilateral Femoral Neuropathy: A Case Report

Yun SI, Jo L, Hong BY, Kim JS, Kyung SB, Lim SH

Spontaneous femoral neuropathy rarely occurs in young, healthy men. Herein, we present the first reported case of bilateral spontaneous femoral neuropathy. A 25-year-old man was admitted to the neuropsychiatric inpatient...
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The relationship between nerve conduction studies and neuropathic pain in sciatic nerve injury due to intramuscular injection

Fidancı H, Öztürk

Background: Sciatic nerve injury due to intramuscular injection (SNIII) is still a health problem. This study aimed to determine whether there is a correlation between neuropathic pain and electrodiagnostic findings...
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Pain and Weakness on Unilateral Upper Extremity Diagnosed as Brachial Plexopathy after Herpes Zoster Infection

Cho J, Kang SH, Seo KM, Kim DK, Kim DH, Shin HI

Motor paralysis is a less common neurologic complication of herpes zoster. Until now, a few cases have been reported, and most of these cases showed brachial plexopathy involving one or...
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Association Between Latency of Dermatomal Sensory-Evoked Potentials and Quantitative Radiologic Findings of Narrowing in Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

Yang DC, Lee HJ, Park JW, Nam K, Kim S, Cho KT, Kwon BS

Objective To identify the difference of quantitative radiologic stenosis between a normal latency group and an abnormal latency group, and to investigate the association of dermatomal somatosensory-evoked potential (DSEP) with...
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Discovering hidden information in biosignals from patients using artificial intelligence

Yoon D, Jang JH, Choi BJ, Kim TY, Han CH

Biosignals such as electrocardiogram or photoplethysmogram are widely used for determining and monitoring the medical condition of patients. It was recently discovered that more information could be gathered from biosignals...
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Insight into the prognostic factors ofchronic inflammatory demyelinatingpolyneuropathy

Baek SH

Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) is an immune-mediated neuropathy with heterogeneous features. Appropriate treatment will produce a favorable outcome, but a poor treatment response and severe disability have also been reported. The...
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Analysis of Sonographic Measurement by Anatomical Area in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Correlation the Measurement with Electrodiagnostic Study

Park J

Purpose: To evaluate effectiveness of ultrasonographic measurement of carpal tunnel by anatomical area and correlation with electrodiagnostic study in diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome. Methods: From September 2018 to March 2019,...
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Diagnostic Usefulness of Digital Infrared Thermal Image in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Park J, Lee JW, Lee SE, Kim BH, Park D

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the usefulness of infrared thermography in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome by comparing with electrodiagnostic and ultrasonographic findings. METHOD: From January 2014...
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Interpretation of Electrodiagnostic Tests in Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy: Classification Using Nerve Conduction Study

Baek SH

Electrodiagnostic tests (EDX) is essential for the diagnosis of chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP). EDX could provide information about demyelinating pathology in the peripheral nerves. According to phenotypes, CIDP could...
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Palmar Digital Neuropathy With Anatomical Variation of Median Nerve: Usefulness of Orthodromic Technique: A Case Report

Noh JS, Park JW, Kwon HK

Anatomic variation of palmar digital nerve pathways were reported in several cases. Selective exploration of palmar digital nerves with a nerve conduction study has been challenging, because of technical issues....
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Brachial Plexus Injury after Deep Sleep

Kwak JM, Choi JH, Park DY

Lying on the side while falling asleep deeply after drinking or taking a sleeping pill can cause compressive neuropathy. We report a 70-year-old male patient of medial cord of left...
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