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Journal of the Korean Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine 1994;18(1):10.
Deep Peroneal Sensory Nerve -Standardization in Nerve Conduction Study in Healthy Koreans and a Case Report of Partial Peripheral Neuropathy of Left Common Peroneal Nerve-
Hee-Kyu Kwon, M.D., Hang-Jae Lee, M.D.*, Myung-Ok Kim, M.D. , Sang-Heon Lee, M.D.
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Korea University College of Medicine, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, UMD-New Jersey Medical School*
심부 비골감각신경 -건강한 한국인에서 표준화 연구 및 총비골신경 부분신경병증의 증례보고-
권희규, 이항재*, 김명옥, 이상헌
고려대학교 의과대학 재활의학교실 및 뉴저지 의과대학 재활의학과*
Abstract

The purpose of this study was to standardize an easy and convenient method of studying the deep peroneal sensory nerve for clinical purpose of differential diagnosis of ankle and foot pain. We studied the deep peroneal sensory nerve in 40 neurologically healthy adult subjects. The latency to onset of sensory action potential was 2.95±0.23 msec. The latency to peak of sensory action potential was 3.66±0.28 msec. The conduction velocity measured by onset latency was 40.89±3.36 m/sec. The amplitude was 5.75±1.89uV.

We also presented a case of partial peripheral neuropathy of left common peroneal nerve which revealed no evoked potential in deep peroneal sensory nerve.

We concluded that the electrophysiologic evaluation of the deep peroneal sensory nerve may be helpful in the diagnosis of deep peroneal neuropathies in the anterior tarsal tunnel or local deep peroneal nerve injury and also helpful in early detection of peripheral neuropathies.

Key Words: Deep peroneal sensory nerve, Anterior tarsal tunnel, Ankle pain, Foot pain
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