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Neuromyositis: A Rare Extramuscular Manifestation of Dermatomyositis

Park CK, Yoo SJ, Yoo IS, Kim J, Shim SC, Kang SW

Dermatomyositis (DM) and polymyositis (PM) are representative idiopathic inflammatory myopathies characterized by symmetric and progressive proximal muscle weakness. Especially, DM is identified by characteristic skin lesions and has many extramuscular...
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Interpretation of Electrodiagnostic Tests in Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy: Classification Using Nerve Conduction Study

Baek SH

Electrodiagnostic tests (EDX) is essential for the diagnosis of chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP). EDX could provide information about demyelinating pathology in the peripheral nerves. According to phenotypes, CIDP could...
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Current Concept of Guillain-Barré Syndrome

Lee SA, Kim JE

Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) is nowadays consider as an umbrella term that has heterogenous presentation depend on their subtypes. GBS is clinical diagnosis and its diagnosis can be supported by laboratory...
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Palmar Digital Neuropathy With Anatomical Variation of Median Nerve: Usefulness of Orthodromic Technique: A Case Report

Noh JS, Park JW, Kwon HK

Anatomic variation of palmar digital nerve pathways were reported in several cases. Selective exploration of palmar digital nerves with a nerve conduction study has been challenging, because of technical issues....
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Accessory Belly of the Piriformis Muscle as a Cause of Piriformis Syndrome: a Case Report with Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Magnetic Resonance Neurography Imaging Findings

Kim HJ, Lee SY, Park HJ, Kim KW, Lee YT

Piriformis syndrome caused by an accessory belly of the piriformis muscle is very rare. Only a few cases have been reported. Here, we report a case of piriformis syndrome resulting...
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miR-381 Attenuates Peripheral Neuropathic Phenotype Caused by Overexpression of PMP22

Lee JS, Kwak G, Kim HJ, Park HT, Choi BO, Hong YB

Charcot-Marie Tooth disease type 1A (CMT1A), the major type of CMT, is caused by duplication of peripheral myelin protein 22 (PMP22) gene whose overexpression causes structural and functional abnormalities in...
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Painless cervical motor radiculopathy relieved by cervical epidural steroid injection: A case report

Lee I, Hong S, You H, Hong SJ, Kang SS

A 15-year-old male patient presented with a slow progression of painless right shoulder weakness over the previous six weeks. The magnetic resonance imaging revealed right C4–5 foraminal stenosis caused by...
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Pulmonary and Physical Rehabilitation in Critically Ill Patients

Jang MH, Shin MJ, Shin YB

Some patients admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) because of an acute illness, complicated surgery, or multiple traumas develop muscle weakness affecting the limbs and respiratory muscles during acute...
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The Correlation of the Grading of Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neurotoxicity (CIPN) Using the Total Neuropathy Score-Reduced and Various Electrophysiological Parameters in Breast Cancer Patients

Kim SY, Yang HJ, Koh SJ

BACKGROUND: The accurate grading of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) represents an unsolved issue. This study evaluated usefulness of the reduced version of Total Neuropathy Score TNS (TNSr) and the correlation...
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Could Ultrasound-Guided Stimulation of Sural Nerve Affect Nerve Conduction Study?

Choi H, Chung SY, Kang S, Son SH, Yoon JS

OBJECTIVE: To determine anatomical variation of the sural nerve (SN) by ultrasonography (US) and compare sensory nerve action potential (SNAP) of the SN obtained by a control method to that...
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Brachial plexus impingement secondary to implantable cardioverter defibrillator: A case report

Jumper N, Radotra I, Witt P, Campbell N, Mishra A

Overall complication rates of 9.1% have been reported following implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) placement. Brachial plexus injury is infrequently reported in the literature. We describe a 26-year-old female experiencing left...
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Associations of nerve conduction study variables with clinical symptom scores in patients with type 2 diabetes

Park JH, Park JH, Won JC

BACKGROUND: Diabetic peripheral polyneuropathy (DPN) is associated with a variety of symptoms. Nerve conduction studies (NCSs) are considered to be the gold standard of nerve damage assessments, but these studies...
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Basic concepts of needle electromyography

Kim JE, Seok JM, Ahn SW, Yoon BN, Lim YM, Kim KK, Kwon KH, Park KD, Suh BC, and on behalf of the Korean Society of Clinical Neurophysiology Education Committee

Clinical evaluations, nerve conduction studies, and electromyography play major complementary roles in electrophysiologic diagnoses. Electromyography can be used to assess pathologic changes and localize lesions occurring in locations ranging from...
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Electrophysiological and radiological evidence for the multifocal nature of a case of multifocal acquired demyelinating sensory and motor neuropathy

Seong GH, Bae JS, Ryu S

Multifocal acquired demyelinating sensory and motor (MADSAM) neuropathy is a variant of chronic acquired demyelinating polyneuropathy. A 65-year-old women presented with upper arm weakness. A nerve conduction study showed conduction...
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Nerve conduction studies: basic principal and clinical usefulness

Ahn SW, Yoon BN, Kim JE, Seok JM, Kim KK, Lim YM, Kwon KH, Park KD, Suh BC, and on behalf of the Korean Society of Clinical Neurophysiology Education Committee

Nerve conduction study (NCS) is an electrophysiological tool to assess the overall function of cranial and peripheral nervous system, therefore NCS has been diagnostically helpful in the identification and characterization...
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Potential risks of nerve conduction studies and needle electromyography

Yoon BN, Ahn SW, Kim JE, Seok JM, Kim KK, Kwon KH, Park KD, Suh BC, Lim YM, on behalf of the Korean Society of Clinical Neurophysiology Education Committee

Electrodiagnostic studies such as nerve conduction studies (NCS) and needle electromyography (EMG) provide important and complementary information for evaluating patients with suspected neuromuscular disorders. NCS and needle EMG are reasonably...
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Guillain-barré Syndrome after Multiple Bee Stings

Jin SC

Severe systemic responses including neurologic complications such as myasthenia gravis, myeloradiculopathy, optic neuropathy, parkinsonism, stroke and Guillain-barré syndrome can occur after bee stings. This case describes a 78-year-old female who...
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Femoral Neuropathy Secondary to Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease: A Case Report

Yoo J, Lim KB, Lee HJ, Kim J, You EC, Kang J

Compressive femoral neuropathy is a disabling condition accompanied by difficulty in hip flexion and knee extension. It may result from retroperitoneal hematoma or bleeding, or from complications associated with pelvic,...
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Diagnosis of Pure Ulnar Sensory Neuropathy Around the Hypothenar Area Using Orthodromic Inching Sensory Nerve Conduction Study: A Case Report

Kim MJ, Kang JW, Kim GY, Lim SG, Kim KH, Park BK, Kim DH

Ulnar neuropathy at the wrist is an uncommon disease and pure ulnar sensory neuropathy at the wrist is even rarer. It is difficult to diagnose pure ulnar sensory neuropathy at...
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The Availability of Quantitative Assessment of Pain Perception in Patients With Diabetic Polyneuropathy

Park TJ, Kim SH, Lee HC, Chung SH, Kim JH, Park J

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the usefulness of the quantitative assessment of pain perception (QAPP) in diabetic polyneuropathy (DPN) patients. METHODS: Thirty-two subjects with DPN were enrolled in this study. The subjects’ pain...
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