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What is the role of neuronal studies in the diagnosis of spinal stenosis?
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Useful neuronal studies include the following: Needle electromyography, which can help diagnose lumbosacral radiculopathy with axonal loss. Nerve conduction studies, which can help differentiate lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) from other confounding neuropathic conditions (e.g., lumbosacral plexopathy, generalized peripheral neuropathy, tarsal tunnel syndrome, other mononeuropathies); Somatosensory evoked potentials, which are useful in the diagnosis of central […] Read More
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What is SCI diagnosis?
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Doctors usually decide to assess patients for spinal cord injuries based on two factors: the location and type of injury a patient has sustained, and his or her symptoms. Anyone who has fallen, suffered a blow, or lost consciousness may have suffered a spinal cord injury. If you also experience headaches, loss of movement, tingling, […] Read More

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