-Right and Left femoral motor responses are normal
-The right and left peroneal and tibial motor responses show slowed conduction velocities, and the right peroneal motor response also shows mildly decreased amplitude. The left peroneal motor response shows an accessory peroneal response which is a normal anatomical variant.
-The right and left tibial F-wave responses showed prolonged distal latencies.
-The left sural sensory response is normal. The right sensory response shows a borderline distal latency.
-EMG of the right leg and lumbosacral paraspinus muscles and left cervical paraspinous muscles is normal
EMG is normal with no evidence of active denervation, chronic reinervation, myopathy, or lumbosacral or cervical radiculopathy
PATIENT AGE: 49
OTHER: Former football injury in right leg, No ACL or cartilage. Bone and bone, and Femoral condyle necrosis.
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