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EMG & NCV Findings

Can anyone interpret this chart for me?  It goes with my previous posting:

Left Sup Peron Anti Sensory (Ant Lat Mall)
14cm ((NR)).  Normal peak (ms)...5.0   Site1....14cm         Site2...Ant Lat Mall    Dist (cm)....14.0   Norm Vel (m/s)...>32

Left Sural Anti-Sensory (Lat Mall)
Calf....Peak(ms)...3.0   Norm. Peak (ms)...5.0   Site1...Calf   Site2...Lat Mall   Delta-P (ms) 3.0  Dist (cm)...14.0 Vel (m/s)...47  Norm Vel (m/s)...>35
1711789_tn?1361311607
Hi there!

It would be difficult to interpret the report since there is no mention of amplitude or onset latency. With peak I would assume is being referred to peak latency. Both peak latency and conduction velocity seem normal in both nerves as per the report. It would be best to discuss the results in detail with the consulting electrophysiologist for precise interpretation of the results.
Hope this is helpful.

Take care!
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