Sample Type / Medical Specialty: Radiology
The branch of medical science dealing with the medical use of X-rays or other penetrating radiation.
EMG/Nerve Conduction Study
History of numbness in both big toes and up the lateral aspect of both calves. She dose complain of longstanding low back pain, but no pain that radiates from her back into her legs. She has had no associated weakness.
EMG/Nerve Conduction Study - 1
The patient with longstanding bilateral arm pain, which is predominantly in the medial aspect of arms and hands, as well as left hand numbness, worse at night and after doing repetitive work with left hand.
EMG/Nerve Conduction Study - 2
A ight-handed inpatient with longstanding history of cervical spinal stenosis status post decompression, opioid dependence, who has had longstanding low back pain radiating into the right leg.
EMG/Nerve Conduction Study - 3
A right-handed female with longstanding intermittent right low back pain, who was involved in a motor vehicle accident with no specific injury at that time.
EMG/Nerve Conduction Study - 4
EMG/Nerve Conduction Study showing sensory motor length-dependent neuropathy consistent with diabetes, severe left ulnar neuropathy, and moderate-to-severe left median neuropathy,
EMG/Nerve Conduction Study - 5
The patient is status post C3-C4 anterior cervical discectomy and fusion.
EMG/Nerve Conduction Study - 6
Patient with a past medical history of a left L5-S1 lumbar microdiskectomy with complete resolution of left leg symptoms.
EMG/Nerve Conduction Study - 7
Patient had movor vehicle accirdent and may have had a brief loss of consciousness. Shortly thereafter she had some blurred vision, Since that time she has had right low neck pain and left low back pain.
EMG/Nerve Conduction Study - 8
A woman with a history of progression of dysphagia for the past year, dysarthria, weakness of her right arm, cramps in her legs, and now with progressive weakness in her upper extremities. Abnormal electrodiagnostic study.
EMG/Nerve Conduction Study - 9
Nerve conduction screen demonstrates borderline median sensory and borderline distal median motor responses in both hands. The needle EMG examination is remarkable for rather diffuse active denervation changes in most muscles of the right upper and right lower extremity tested.