Técnicas de neuroconducción del nervio femorocutáneo lateral

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https://doi.org/10.28957/rcmfr.359

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Estudios de conducción nerviosa, valores normales, meralgia parestésica, sistema nervioso

Resumen

El femorocutáneo lateral es un nervio exclusivamente sensitivo que se origina en las raíces lumbares altas, recorre la pelvis y finalmente pasa por debajo del ligamento inguinal hasta llegar al muslo, inervando su cara lateral. En la presente revisión, en primer lugar se describe la anatomía del nervio femorocutáneo lateral y las variantes anatómicas relevantes para los electromiografistas; en segundo lugar se hace un recuento de la diferentes técnicas de neuroconducción para activarlo y sus valores normales, y, finalmente, en tercer lugar se hacen otras consideraciones importantes con respecto a dichas técnicas.

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Hoyos Arango B. Técnicas de neuroconducción del nervio femorocutáneo lateral. Rev. Colomb. Med. Fis. Rehabil. [Internet]. 4 de julio de 2023 [citado 21 de julio de 2024];33(1):67-74. Disponible en: https://revistacmfr.org/index.php/rcmfr/article/view/359

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