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Stack #33938

fibrillation potentials spontaneous depolarization from single ms fiber, as in peripheral nerve lesions
positive sharp waves denervated ms at rest or ms disease (MD, polymyositis)
fasciculations spontaneous potentials seen with degenerationi of AHC, nerve root compression, ms spasms/cramps
neurapraxia compression of nerve, increased latencies across compressed area
axonotmesis neural tube intact, axonal damage w/ wallerian degeneration distal to lesion
neurotmesis total loss of axonal ftn, no conduction below lesion
Created by: 2rabbits