Common Peroneal Motor NCS

Common Peronal Motor NCS

  1. Active recording electrode – on EDB
  2. Reference Electrode – distal to recording electrode
  3. Stimulating electrode
    1. Anterior ankle 10 cm from active recording electrode
    2. Immediately inferior to fibular head
    3. Posterolateral portion of popliteal fossa, 10cm above previous site
  4. Ground electrode – placed in between the active and stimulating electrodes

Common Peroneal Motor NCS Measurements

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