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Journal of the Korean Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine 1991;15(4):465-470.
Nerve conduction studies of anterior interosseous nerve in healthy adults.
Shim, Jae Ho , Chon, Joong Sun , Chun, Sae Il , Shin, Jung Soon
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yonsei University College of Medicine
전완골간신경(Anterior Interosseous Nerve)의 신경전도검사
심재호, 전중선, 전세일, 신정순
연세대학교 의과대학 재활의학교실

Anterior interosseous nerve conduction study was done by using surface electrode on pronator quadratus and flexor pollicis longus. 43 healthy adults(21 male, 22 female) were tested. There were no significant differences in latency, amplitude between right and left, and male to female.

The results of nerve conduction study from pronator quadratus were; distance 19.9cm, latency 3.10±0.43msec, amplitude 5.70±1.51mV. The results of nerve conduction study from flexor pollicis longus were; distance 17.3cm, latency 3.04±2.14msec, amplitude 11.38±3.70mV. The results of nerve conduction study from pronator quadratus compared with the results from flexor pollicis longus came out as relatively longer distance, short amplitute but no significant difference in latency. Futhermore there were no relationship between the latency and amplitude in each method.

Key Words: Anterior interosseous nerve, Pronator quadratus, Flexor pollicis longus, Conduction study


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