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Typically, these patients might have nerve conduction studies and then consult a hand surgeon.
. , discuss left bundle branch block - an abnormal conduction in the heart frequently seen on electrocardiogram - with Yogesh N.
Kapa is studying the application of a biopatch with mechanical, electrical and physiological properties consistent with native cardiac tissue to these areas of slow conduction.
But ATTR cardiac amyloidosis is increasingly recognized as an important cause of heart failure, atrial arrhythmias and conduction system disease.
Leadless pacing available for selected patients - Mayo Clinic Leadless pacing available for selected patients Share Doximity Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Print details Email Nov. 21, 2014 Early pacing devices offered single-chamber, fixed-rate ventricul...
The inherited neuropathy algorithm uses multiple criteria, including age of symptom onset, specific sensory features, ataxic or pyramidal features, and nerve conduction studies.
Analyzing the role of diet and exercise in myelin production - Mayo Clinic Analyzing the role of diet and exercise in myelin production Share Doximity Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Print details Email Oct. 11, 2016 Myelin is essential to the conduction...
Myelinating cells insulate axons to facilitate the conduction of nerve impulses and provide axons with metabolic and trophic support.
In addition to the common metabolic abnormalities of FPLD , this variety is associated with progeroid features, focal segmental glomerulonephritis, cardiomyopathy and cardiac conduction defects.
Surgeons must rely on X-rays, a careful physical exam and sometimes nerve conduction studies to determine what is causing the deformity.
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