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15) The authors stressed that monofilament testing should not be used as the sole test to diagnose peripheral neuropathy, whereas nerve conduction study could be of great help for the detection of peripheral neuropathy.
The Nerve conduction study (NCS) is one of the established tools for the assessment of various peripheral neuropathies, including leprosy.
The Bland classification system was formulated based on nerve conduction study findings only.
A nerve conduction study is a test, which is used to evaluate the functional ability of electrical conduction of the motor and sensory nerves of the human body.
The nerve conduction study was performed in a special room whose temperature was maintained between 30[degrees]C and 31[degrees]C.
Nerve conduction study is a powerful test and can help in diagnosing subclinical cases of neuropathy (14) so nerve conduction studies are employed in diabetics,as screening tool to detect neuropathy in subclinical stages so that strict glycemic control (A1C) can prevent onset and progression of neuropathic changes.
A nerve conduction study revealed a pattern of sensory motor polyneuropathy.
Many previous studies have also found nerve conduction study alterations suggestive of neuropathy in diabetics.
Nerve conduction study is an important method used in clinical practice and has been thoroughly validated.
Patients and subjects were informed the detailed procedure of nerve conduction study and written consent was taken.