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Electro myogram studies in alcoholism part 2 terminal latencies in the superior gluteal nerve compared to those in distal peroneal and tibial nerves



Electro myogram studies in alcoholism part 2 terminal latencies in the superior gluteal nerve compared to those in distal peroneal and tibial nerves



Electromyography & Clinical Neurophysiology 19(1-2): 15-26



Abnormal terminal latencies determined for the tensor fascia lata in severely affected alcoholics are more frequently observed than those for the distal peroneal and posterior tibial nerves. Their determination together with abnormal conduction velocities in the tibial and peroneal nerves (between the knee and the ankle) contributes to the evaluation of the severity of polyneuropathy found in these patients.

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