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Journal of the Korean Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine 1993;17(1):100-104.
Posterior antebrachial cutaneous nerve conduction study and a case report.
Nam, Yong Hyun , Suh, Won Hee , Seong, In Young
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Asan Medical Center, Ulsan University School of Medicine
후측 전완경피신경의 전도속도에 관한 연구 및 증례보고
남용현, 서원희, 성인영
울산대학교 서울중앙병원 재활의학과

Posterior antebrachial cutaneous (PABC) nerve, a sensory branch of radial nerve supplies the posterior aspect of the forearm and its peripheral nenropathy is rare.

We are reporting the case of PABC neuropathy which was confirmed by the sensory nerve conduction study.

The neuropathy developed associated with the injury of left elbow, biting by a dog. Sensory nerve condution study of the PABC nerve showed delayed latency and slow conduction velocity but normal amplitude.

For the standardization of the PABC nerve conduction study, we examined 80 nerves from the 40 healthy Korean adults.

Key Words: Posterior antebrachial cutaneous nerve


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